ByAboubacar Ndiaye

Aboubacar Ndiaye is a writer based in Houston, Texas. His work has appeared in McSweeney's and The Billfold

  1. In 1938, Zora Neale Hurston was living in the Jacksonville area, collecting folklore, and working on another novel. It’d been a productive few years for Zora: her second novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God, had been published to great acclaim and she had just ended a second stint as a Guggenheim Fellow. She wanted to write about a man this time.

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