Brown Girls, a debut novel forthcoming from Random House.
“The lives of young women of color from Queens, New York leap off these pages through a collective voice that feels at once frank and poetic, unexpected yet warmly familiar…With every stirring image and tight, musical turn of phrase, this story charmed, often surprised, and deeply moved me.” –Mia Alvar, author of In the Country: Stories, and judge of The Kenyon Review’s 2019 Short Fiction Contest (scroll to read the 2019 comments), where an excerpt of Brown Girls won 1st place!
Cebu. Unpublishable anthology, edited by Etan Nechin and Chris Molnar, published by Simon & Schuster. Available October 2020. Pre-order your copy today.
- An interview with KR Conversations about my process writing “Brown Girls.”
- BG was featured in VQR Online‘s The Best 200 Words I Read All Week, selected by Assistant Editor Heidi Seigrist.
- BG was nominated by KR Fiction Editor Kirsten Reach for This This This Podcast, which spotlights new fiction. My episode is forthcoming Summer 2020.
- An audio recording of BG on KR Out Loud.
Panagbenga. Kweli Journal.
Dreaming In Tongues. Joyland.
Be. Encounters. *Awarded 1st Place, Sidney Harman Fiction Writers’ Competition, judged by Mary Gaitskill
First Day. Encounters. *Awarded 3rd Place, Sidney Harman Fiction Writers’ Competition, judged by Allegra Goodman
Coconut Milk Angel, Goodnight. Encounters. *Awarded 2nd Place, Sidney Harman Fiction Writers’ Competition, judged by Katherine Vaz
Interview with Debut Author Jean Kyoung Frazier. Electric Lit.
Interview with Debut Author Mary South. Electric Lit.
Interview with Debut Author Alexandra Chang. Apogee Journal.
Interview with Debut Author Jeannie Vanasco. Columbia Journal.
Andreades’s ‘Brown Girls’ Travel to Random House. Book Deals: Week of October 5, 2020. Publishers Weekly.
Alumna Daphne Palasi Andreades ’19 Signs Two-Book Deal with Random House. Columbia University School of the Arts
Daphne Palasi Andreades’s “Brown Girls” debuts via Kenyon Review. KHN Center for the Arts.
Current Student Daphne Palasi Andreades Receives Support for Novella, ‘Brown Girls’. Columbia University School of the Arts