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The Prize-winning and Oprah Magazine ‘Inspired Women’ author Sara Collins talks to our arts contributor, My Ly, about her stunning debut novel, the uniting power of anger for women, the importance of setting and her routine as a writer.
Read More “Interview with Sara Collins, acclaimed author of The Confessions of Frannie Langton – ‘Novels start with questions, identifying the space the book is going to fill, and Frannie was my way of trying to fill that gap’”
The National Theatre’s latest adaptation of Andrea Levy’s novel, Small Island, offers a powerful and poignant exploration of identity, home and belonging.
Read More “Andrea Levy’s Small Island at the National Theatre”
Our contributor, Kuchenga Shenjé, offers a personal reflection on the importance of Jamaica Kincaid’s A Small Place. Has Kincaid’s text aged well in a Caribbean wrestling with the baggage of colonial rule and its residual prejudice towards queer individuals?
Read More “Jamaica Kincaid, A Small Place and Surpassing Small Minds”