Bernadine Evaristo, author of 2019’s Booker prizewinning Girl, Woman, Other, is launching, or relaunching, a series of Black British novels that didn’t quite make it into the British canon. “Our appreciation of literature is deepened when we understand the foundations from which each new generation creates literature anew, but because so much of the body of black British literature hasn’t been taught in schools or universities, or immortalised on television and film, or even been widely or seriously reviewed in the media and academia, it’s as if each new book is published out of a void.” – The Guardian (UK)

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