Los Angeles Review of Books lauds Bipolar Faith

Los Angeles Review of Books lauds Bipolar Faith

Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn truly floored me with this review of Bipolar Faith in the Los Angeles Review of Books NOT SINCE MAYA ANGELOU’S I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings has an autobiography chronicled an African-American woman’s journey from trauma to joyousness as...
NOT ALONE on Seat Syllabus

NOT ALONE on Seat Syllabus

Honored to see that my book NOT ALONE: REFLECTIONS ON FAITH AND DEPRESSION is mentioned in #SeatSyllabus from women of color under age 30.  Based on the “Seat the Table” album by Solange, Seat Syllabus is curated by Candice Benbow, Elle Magazine and...
Religion Dispatches Interview on Bipolar Faith

Religion Dispatches Interview on Bipolar Faith

“History and culture and race and family and genetics and trauma and fear all factor into what cause mental health challenges. Class, education and privilege may make a difference with accessing healthcare, but they don’t protect one from the angst of these...
Bipolar Faith feature in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Bipolar Faith feature in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Jennifer Frayer-Griggs wrote a great feature in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Bipolar Faith is graceful and heartbreaking “You can die of grief.” This is the first sentence of the Rev. Monica A. Coleman’s memoir, “Bipolar Faith: A Black Woman’s Journey With Depression...