A haunting, epic Caribbean love story, reminiscent of García Márquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera.
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CURDELLA FORBES was born in Jamaica. She lives in Takoma Park, Maryland, and teaches at Howard University. She is the author of A Tall History of Sugar.
Date: October, 2 2019
Curdella Forbes launches A Tall History of Sugar with the Howard University English Department at the Howard University Barnes & Noble.
Date: November, 24 2019
Curdella Forbes presents A Tall History of Sugar along with Monique Truong, author of The Sweetest Fruits, and Sara Collins, author of The Confessions of Frannie Langton at the Miami Book Fair.
Date: October, 21 2019
Curdella Forbes presents A Tall History of Sugar at Busboys and Poets.
Date: October, 12 2019
“Love and Loss in the Caribbean.” Curdella Forbes’ novel A Tall History of Sugar and Katia D. Ulysse’s Mouths Don’t Speak follow themes of love and loss in Carribean countries and how to deal with personal choices brought on by societal and cultural standards.
Curdella Forbes’s A Tall History of Sugar was reviewed in the New York Times Book Review!
Curdella Forbes’s A Tall History of Sugar, released in October 2019, was selected as an Editors’ Pick for Vanity Fair‘s Best Books of 2019 by Copy Production Director Anderson Tepper. His recommendation reads: “Curdella Forbes’s A Tall History of Sugar is the most recent in an impressive new wave of novels by Jamaican writers—from Marlon James‘s Booker […]