A new work of historical fiction, set for release June 23, explores a Texas freedmen’s school and raises questions of white authorship.
After forty years as a public school educator, Dede Fox was a National Endowment for the Arts writer at a federal prison camp for women from 2016-2019. She currently writes with hematology/oncology patients at Texas Children’s Hospital. The poet laureate of Montgomery County, Fox is the author of two young adult books and two poetry collections.
Articles by Dede Fox
Juan Palomo offers thoughtful, compelling language to tell the story of his migrant family in his debut book of poetry.