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Summer Edward was born on 10 March, 1986 in San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago, is a Writer, children's editor. Discover Summer Edward's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 34 years old?

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Occupation Writer, children's editor
Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 10 March 1986
Birthday 10 March
Birthplace San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago
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2019

Her children’s writing and illustration appears in Whaleheart: Journey into the Night with Maya Christina Gonzalez and 23 Courageous ArtistAuthors, on the Children’s Writer’s Guild website,, on the Mirrors Windows Doors website, and on Storybird.com. She is a contributor to the young adult anthology 1789: Twelve Authors Explore a Year of Rebellion, Revolution, and Change, edited by Marc Aronson and Susan Campbell Bartoletti (Candlewick Press, 2020).

Edward has worked continuously for diversity within the children's publishing industry and as an advocate for the advancement of Caribbean children's literature. She has been a judge and editor for writing competitions, including the Golden Baobab Prizes for African children's literature, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the CODE Burt Awards, and OpenIDEO's Early Childhood Book Challenge. Her writings on multicultural children's literature appear in The Horn Book Magazine, WOW Stories: Connections from the Classroom, sx salon, Charlotte Huck’s Children’s Literature: A Brief Guide, The Millions, NoveList (EBSCOhost) and more. She has been invited to speak at New York University, St. Francis College, the NGC Bocas Lit Fest, the U.S. Virgin Islands Literary Festival and Book Fair, the University of the West Indies at St. Augustine, and the University of Puerto Rico, and has been recruited as a Caribbean children's literature consultant by organizations like the Commonwealth Education Trust, At Summit Educational Services, and Caribbean Cultural Theatre. She was awarded the School of the Free Mind's Way of the Book Honor Award granted to artist-authors demonstrating long and sincere commitment to changing the world through children's books. Edward has conducted numerous interviews with key personalities in children's publishing in the Caribbean and beyond.

2016

Edward developed her craft at the Kelly Writers House in Philadelphia where she participated in Naomi Jackson's Literary Boot Camp for Women Writers. She has "received writing residencies and awards from the Cropper Foundation, the Roothbert Fund, the School of the Free Mind, the Highlights Foundation and the Tengo Sed Costa Rica Writers Retreat". Her writing for adult readers appears in various literary journals internationally. Edward has thrice been shortlisted in the Small Axe Literary Competition, most recently in 2016, and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. In 2015, she was selected for the NGC Bocas Lit Fest's New Talent Showcase, which highlights the best emerging writers from the Caribbean. Her fiction appears in the anthology New Worlds, Old Ways: Speculative Tales from the Caribbean, edited by Karen Lord (Peekash Press, 2016). She is also a contributor to the New Daughters of Africa anthology, edited by Margaret Busby. She has been published in Nat. Brut, Matatu: Journal for African Culture and Society, The Missing Slate, tongues of the ocean, St. Somewhere Journal, BIM: Arts for the 21st Century, The Columbia Review, The Caribbean Writer, Philadelphia Stories, Obsidian: Literature in the African Diaspora, Moko., and more.

2011

In 2011, she earned a Master of Education degree in reading, writing, literacy from the University of Pennsylvania. During that time, she was graduate assistant to Dr. Lawrence Sipe, then North American editor-in-chief of the journal Children’s Literature in Education, and a leading scholar of children's literature. It was while taking Sipe's courses that she became interested in children's publishing as a career path. She remained a straight-A student throughout her university career and is a lifelong Roothbert Fellow and a lifelong Phi Beta Kappa member.

1986

Summer Edward (born 10 March 1986) is a Trinidadian-American writer, children's editor, educator, literary activist and children's literature specialist based in the USA. In 2010, at the age of 24, she founded Anansesem ezine, the first children's literature publication in the English-speaking Caribbean and served as its Editor-in-Chief for 10 years. She is one of the Caribbean's youngest literary editors. Anansesem has published some of the most distinctive and distinguished voices in Caribbean literature for young people including Floella Benjamin, Gerald Hausman, Ibi Zoboi, Itah Sadu, Lynn Joseph, Margarita Engle, Nadia L. Hohn, Olive Senior and Vashanti Rahaman.