Carol H. Hood

Carol H. Hood
Carol Hood is a native of Oakland, California, and holds a MA in Creative and Life Writing from Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her novel in progress, THE MISADVENTURES OF TIP & J.B. TURNER, was nominated for the Pat Kavanagh Award for Best Manuscript, her short story, "White Alien," was short-listed for Glitter Train's Short Story Award for New Writers and recently won SAIC's small grant award for her upcoming graphic novel, AMERICAN WITCH. She hopes to one day appease the gods enough to make her Wonder Woman. It hasn't happened yet. Follow her: @CarolHenny
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Did We Fail Bobbi Kristina?

Three years after Whitney Houston’s death, the singer's daughter was in the public eye more than ever. As this writer, who lost a parent, knows, unwanted exposure while grieving can be lethal.