In this landmark collection, 100 British writers of African descent contribute brand new work from across the writing spectrum. Divided into three main sections, First, Second, and Third Generations, the book focuses on four types of writing - poetry, short fiction, essays and memoirs. Published to widespread attention in trade paperback in summer 2000.
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Courttia Newland is the author of the acclaimed novels The Scholar and Society Within, and has recently adapted Euripides' The Women of Troy for the stage. Kadija Sesay is a writer and editor whose work in creative arts has won her both Cosmopolitan and Candace Woman of Achievement awards. She has edited two previous anthologies.
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