De Angela is honored to have her Jill Jones paper, “She’s Always in My Hair: Jill Jones–The Unheralded Muse of Prince,” (originally presented @ Black Portraiture[s] IV: The Color of Silence at Harvard University on Friday, March 23, 2018.) alongside some of her favorite writers, Michael A. Gonzales, Robert Loss & C. Liegh McInnis, in a special Prince issue of Black Magnolias Literary Journal. You can either read it online or order a print copy. The cover was created by Monica Taylor-McInnis.
Edited by C. Liegh McInnis, author of The Lyrics of Prince (1996, 2000), this special issue contains articles from accomplished academicians, literary creatives, and musicians, including Robert Loss (author of Nothing Has Been Done Before: Seeking the New in 21st-Century American Popular Music) and Michael A. Gonzales (whose work has appeared in Vibe, Essence, Pitchfork, The Village Voice, Wax Poetics, Catapult, Soulhead.com, Ebony, and The Paris Review).