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Beyond the white male canon: Bernardine Evaristo’s New Statesman/Goldsmiths Prize Lecture offers a manifesto for the creation of a new, inclusive literary landscape.
A new short story by Bernardine Evaristo.
I cofounded a theatre company, Theatre of Black Women, because there was such a paucity of roles for us, good or otherwise
To call this novel original doesn’t do justice to such a phantasmagoric work of art.
Ward’s books deepen our understanding of an iniquitous America
From the Long Players series: writers on their most cherished albums.
Citizen and Don’t Let Me Be Lonely invite us to reframe, reconstitute and rephrase the experience of being a black person in a white-majority country.
The series is exceptional because it features a predominantly female cast who exist in a micro-universe of woman-centredness. But that's not the only boundary it breaks.
There's a reason why Ta-Nehisi Coates is currently one of the most high-profile commentators on race in the United States.