rough edges podcast

rough edges podcast

I had an insightful conversation with Sarah I. Fox on The Rough Edges podcast. It’s always a particular joy to speak with other people who live with bipolar depressions.  We talked about Bipolar Faith and Sarah asked me some questions no one else has.  Check it...
bipolar faith reviewed on critical reads podcast

bipolar faith reviewed on critical reads podcast

I was bopping around the internet when I found this moving review of Bipolar Faith by Neph Lesperance on Critical Reads Podcast. Neph is a social worker and student of religion and she asks some insightful questions of the text – with a couple reflections that...
transform your mind podcast chat

transform your mind podcast chat

I enjoyed chatting with Life Coach Myrna Young of the Transform Your Mind podcast.  We chatted about my book Bipolar Faith. Lively conversations including some of the unique challenges that Black women experience with mental health.
Black Religion in Rolling Stone Magazine

Black Religion in Rolling Stone Magazine

Honored to be quoted talking about Black religiosity in a recent Rolling Stone magazine article.  Here’s a small excerpt: This might explain why Black Americans as a whole remain more religious than any other demographic in the United States, although younger...
Trusting the Process

Trusting the Process

I had a great conversation with Dr. Barbara Holmes and Donny Bryant on “The Cosmic We” podcast of the Center for Action and Contemplation.  We chatted about ancestors, change, liberation theology and hope.  And so much more.  Catch the conversation...
“this is bipolar” conversation

“this is bipolar” conversation

I had a wonderful conversation with Shaley Hoogendoorn of the “This Is Bipolar” vlog.  We chatted about my book Bipolar Faith. I think this conversation is unique because we speak as two people who live with the same diagnosis.  New insights!
Find Monica on AALBC.com

Find Monica on AALBC.com

AALBC.com – African American Literature Book Club – is the oldest, largest, and most frequently visited web site dedicated to books by, or about, people of African descent. Started in 1997, AALBC.com is a widely recognized source of information about Black...