Tiana Reid is editorial assistant of Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism. She is also a PhD student in English and Comparative Literature and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University. Her research interests include African diasporic literature, Marxism, and feminism. Tiana has a B.A. in International Development Studies and Cultural Studies from McGill University and an M.A. in African American Studies from Columbia University. She was recently awarded a four-year Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Fellowship. Tiana has worked as an editor for several online magazines, and as a copy editor and proofreader for Share, a black and Caribbean weekly newspaper based in Toronto. She was also a junior arts writer at ARC Magazine. Her writing has been published in ARC Magazine, Bitch, Briarpatch, The Feminist Wire, Full Stop, Hyperallergic, The New Inquiry, Maisonneuve, Rabble.ca, The State, The Toast, VICE, and more.
“Working, Not Working: Locating Injury Among Canada’s Migrant Workers,” Mask Magazine, June 2015.
“Daughters Have Their Own Agenda,” The New Inquiry, 2 December 2014.
“The Great Black North: Contemporary African Canadian Poetry: Book Review,” Briarpatch Magazine, May/June 2014.
“A Collective and an Outsider (Or am I a Witness?): Notebook on HowDoYouSayYaminAfrican?,” ARC, 25 May 2014.
“The Toronto Police’s Long History of Racial Profiling,” VICE, 12 February 2014.