• A new article and interview on the USC website about Cannibal, womanhood, the violence of erasure and silences, as well as the Metcalf Award, and the OCM Bocas Prize. 

     
  • A new interview with KQED about Cannibal, white America, and the expectations of the "cultivated savage."

     
  • An interview with Safiya at The Rumpus about Cannibal, growing up Rastafarian, wildness, myth, exile, dismantling English Language, and decolonizing The Tempest.

     
  • Safiya writes about the importance of Lucille Clifton’s self-affirming poem “won’t you celebrate with me” for the Academy of American Poets’ February feature, “12 Poems to Read for Black History Month.”

     
  • A profile and interview with Safiya in Poets & Writers, as one of the top ten debut poets of 2016.

     
  • KR Conversations: An interview with Safiya in the Kenyon Review.

     
  • "Gabble Like a Thing Most Brutish," on the Poetry Foundation website. An essay about The Tempest, Caliban, exile, and writing Cannibal.

     
  • An interview with The Blueshift Journal, as October's featured artist of the month.

     
  • An interview with Safiya, as the current Poet-in-Residence of the Amy Clampitt house in Lenox.

     
  • A Dinnerview with Entropy about Jamaican food, favourite meals, and eating against homesickness.