Questions about the Jamaican-born Canadian writer Nalo Hopkinson (born 1960) and her work. She has published novels such as 'Brown Girl in the Ring' (1998), 'Midnight Robber' (2002) and 'The Salt Roads' (2003), and collections of short stories such as 'Skin Folk' (2001).

Nalo Hopkinson was born in Jamaica but grew up in Guyana, Trinidad and Canada. Her novels and stories often use elements from Carribean history and culture, including the use of Creole.

Her novels include the following:

She has also published collections of short stories:

In addition, Hopkinson edited several anthologies of short stories.

The author has an official website and a Twitter account (@Nalo_Hopkinson).