Gisèle Lewis

A decade-long resident of Florida, Gisèle Lewis writes about art, our relationships with memories, and volunteering with a local refugee community. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in the Baltimore Review, Saw Palm, Pirene’s Fountain, and other places. Her interviews with women readers appear at

3 entries by Gisèle Lewis

Book Review

A Good Ending for Bad Memories

By Vailes Shepperd

A Black family weathers its matriarch’s identity disorder in this mesmerizing debut.

Book Review

What Passes as Love: A Novel

By Trisha R. Thomas

An escaped slave navigates the white world in a suspenseful bid for freedom.

Book Review

Aquarium: A Novel

By Yaara Shehori; translated by Todd Hasak-Lowy

A reclusive deaf family grapples with ableism, isolation, and a life-altering secret.