Britain brings black writers back to the page

Bernardine Everisto, author, novelist and activist of the famous “Feel, Fame, Autrey”, has just launched the collection “Black Britain: Writing Back” at Penguin Random House. To bring to light the forgotten writing of writers from Asia or Africa who have been forgotten and are not yet the story of the country.

She was the first black woman to receive the famous Booker Prize with Margaret Atwood in 2019: Anglo-Nigerian Bernardine Everisto was then celebrated for her novel Girl, woman, other History of the lives of black families in the United Kingdom Today, along with Penguin Random House, the prestigious publishing house that publishes it, is launching a collection, Black Britain: Writing Back. is “A new series of historical books, highlighting the forgotten or difficult to find work by black authors, telling the story of the UK and its diaspora in the last century”. aim: “Correct the historical bias of publication in the United Kingdom, and Revive texts that would help reconfigure the history of British black literature ”.

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