About Us

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Launched in 1998, Mosaic explores the literary arts by writers of African descent, and features interviews, essays, and book reviews.

Mosaic has featured such artists Tiphanie Yanique, Lorna Goodison, Lucille Clifton, Bernice McFadden, Walter Mosley, Staceyann Chin, Major Jackson, Chimamanda Adichie, and Willie Perdomo among others and provides a unique space to preview upcoming releases through book reviews and author interviews. Each issue is supplemented with lesson plans based on our content and mission.

Ron Kavanaugh

Mosaic Literary Magazine
557 Grand Concourse
Ste 3 PMB 143
Bronx, NY 10451

Mosaic is produced by the Literary Freedom Project, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt not-for-profit arts organization that supports the literary arts through education, creative thinking, and new media.

Programs of the Literary Freedom Project are funded primarily by donations and Mosaic subscribers. Additional funds have been provided in part by the Bronx Council on the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, Poets & Writers, Inc. through public funds from the New York State Department of Cultural Affairs, Humanities New York, and Citizens Committee of New York. In-kind support is provided by The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Casita Maria Center for Art & Education, Google, and the New York Public Library.

The Literary Freedom Project is a member of the Urban Arts Cooperative -supporting artists in underserved communities.

12 thoughts on “About Us

  1. I would like o know the procedure of submitting a book for review to Mosaic.

    Thanks for the great job of promoting African literature.

  2. Are there any outlets that publish conscious, progressive, short stories based on experiences within the African diaspora? Seems as if everything I’ve seen is ‘True Black Confessions’ – like.

  3. Click on the book title “Two Different Wolds: The Possibilities And The Realities. If there is further interest please email a telephone contact number. I look

  4. Have a book which am seeking to be reviewed about a freed African slave who returns to Africa and sets-up a coffee and he is ambitious.

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