Erik Gleibermann is a San Francisco social justice educator and journalist. He has written for The Atlantic, The New York Times, the Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, the Guardian, The Black Scholar, Colorlines, Tikkun, and numerous literary journals. He is a contributing editor to World Literature Today, a former writing mentor in the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Education, and a 2019 international US Fulbright Specialist. He recently completed Jewfro American: An Interracial Memoir.BOOKMARK
Queer Nigerians Rewrite the Body
Erik Gleibermann on the emerging generation of LGBT Nigerian writers.
On Interracial Love: Why James Baldwin’s “Another Country” Still Matters
"Another Country" does not celebrate interracial love; it suggests only its fragile possibility, showing a racial America stripped bare.