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The Review

An editorially independent biannual magazine printed as an insert in The Bookseller produced by and featuring writers of the global majority
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Traveller Writers

The glory of Gypsy, Romany and Traveller writers lies in their diversity – the amorphous, shape-shifting nature of the journeys they…

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James Baldwin

To be a black person in America, James Baldwin once said, was to be “in a state of rage almost all…

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Cybernetics and ghosts

The writers Michael Salu, Iphgenia Baal, Tice Cin and Vanessa Onwuemezi came together in a special evening at the British Library…

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You’re being watched

'Why are young black people in Britain six times more like to suffer from schizophrenia than the rest of the population?'…

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The Empress

Tanika Gupta reflects on her play The Empress, ten years on from its first production.
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Abolition: Or, the Art of Forgetting

  In the second event of our collaboration with the British Library, as WritersMosaic's Gabriel Gbadamosi published his play Abolition, he…

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Caine Prize writers

WritersMosaic joins forces with the Caine Prize in a celebration of the 2023 shortlisted writers. The African storytellers heading for the House…

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