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2021 Harman Writing Fellow: Daphne Palasi Andreades ('15)
Please note: This event will officially begin at 12:50 PM.

The Harman Program is proud to have Daphne Palasi Andreades as our Spring 2021 Harman Writing Fellow this semester.

Daphne Palasi Andreades’s debut novel, Brown Girls, is forthcoming in January 2022 from Random House in the US, as well as with publishers in Germany, France, and the UK. Her debut follows a group of young women of color in Queens, NY, and the ways they remain tied to one another, their immigrant families, and their neighborhood. Daphne graduated from Baruch College’s Honors Program in 2015. While at Baruch, she served as Managing Editor of Encounters Magazine, and took courses with Harman Writers Katherine Vaz and Gish Jen, and with Baruch’s own legendary Professor Grace Schulman. She also won three Harman Student Writing Awards. Homeland, the collection of short stories she submitted as her Honors Thesis, won the Kanner Prize for Outstanding Honors Thesis, and Daphne also received the 2015 Susan Locke Award. She went on to complete her MFA in Fiction from Columbia University, where she was awarded a Creative Writing Teaching Fellowship. She lives in New York City.
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