Jacqueline Francis is a writer, curator, and an occasional artist. Francis is working on short story collection about the contemporary, bi-cultural experiences of black Caribbean immigrants to the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. In a short film, The Visit (2009), and in non-fiction essays “H” is for Hopsi (1995) and Three Friends (1990), Francis explored related themes of migration, identification, and cross-cultural exchange.
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