Poem “My Caribbean Mother” published by Bahamian online journal tongues of the ocean.

Poem “Origins” published by Caribbean journal, Caribbean Quarterly: A Journal of Caribbean Culture. 


Poet’s response to new Bahamian novel: Carnival of Love. The poet Obediah Michael Smith weighs in on Fraser’s published memoir.

Messiah College’s 2011 issue of The Bridge includes article “Alum tells an universal story from a Caribbean perspective. “


Fraser makes an appearance on the Delia Dolorshow where she speaks frankly about her childhood and how the book affected her family after it was published. Interview begins at the 22 minute mark.

Terneille Burrows “TaDa” interviews Fraser on the 2010 release of her first book, Carnival of Love. Listen to full interview.

honors and awards

In 2011, Fraser is 1st Place Winner of Hollywood Black Film Festival Storytelling Competition. The award was attributed to her thesis screenplay, Inside the Fallen Moon (currently known as Before Dawn.)

In 2013, Fraser wins “The Daily News Prize” for  poetry. Poem “The Way We Dance” was awarded.

Fraser is shortlisted for the 2013 Small Axe Literary Competition.