Category Archives: Albinism
So, this is it! After almost four years of writing, traveling, editing, and waiting, GOLDEN BOY will actually be offered for sale in bookstores starting today. It’s officially a book. I can’t tell you how excited I am! In just … Continue reading
Monday Media: Portraits of Albinism
Just a quick post to point you to a beautiful photojournalism piece by Jacquelyn Martin: “Portraits of Albinism: Letting an inner light shine.” It’s accompanied by an article (and radio broadcast, if you happened to tune into to WBUR in … Continue reading
Wednesday Writing: Cover Reveal!
Hello Blogosphere, it’s been a while. However! Though things have been crazy lately, I haven’t forgotten my promise to tell you about my cover reveal! Look at it! Isn’t it amazing? Jesse Joshua Watson gave Habo so much emotional depth … Continue reading
Monday Media: One World Media Awards
On May 8th, the One World Media Award in the “Children’s Rights” Category was awarded to documentary journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas for his excellent documentary through Al Jazeera English: “Africa Investages: Spell of the Albino.” Here’s what the One World … Continue reading