Hope Wabuke writes fiction, poetry, and essays. She reviews books for The Kirkus Reviews and The Los Angeles Review of Books. She is the Media Director for the Kimbilio Center for African American Fiction and her work has also appeared in publications such as The North American Review, Salon, The Daily Beast, Gawker, The Feminist Wire, Ms. Magazine online, The Rumpus, Kweli Journal and Kalyani Magazine, among others. Her writing has been anthologized in All in the Skin and her chapbook movement no. 1: trains is forthcoming this spring from Dancing Girl Press. She has won fellowships from VONA and The New York Times. Follow her on Twitter @HopeWabuke.