Malik Will is an educator, novelist, and spoken word poet. He came to age in the 90s -00s in New Orleans, LA. It wasn’t until 2005, he discovered his passion for writing; and, it came from the darkest of places.
Many years ago, in the dark of the night, Malik and his family lied helplessly on the steel floors of the most costly architectural structure in the bayou—the New Orleans Superdome. They were stranded in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
After surviving this ordeal, Malik sought to prove to himself and everyone around him that he could become something greater than his surroundings because the past is forever the past; and the future is always God’s word.