An innovative project created during lockdown makes it possible for online viewers to continually shift their perspective when viewing productions.
WritersMosaic explores the Bengali experience of Partition as it impacted writers now living in Scotland.
Diggers and Builders: Jonny Pitts chairs a discussion on the roles of writers as community activists.
Two novels with protagonists who are twins, The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett and Claire Fuller’s Unsettled Ground, have made the shortlist for this year's Women's Prize for Fiction.
Daljit Nagra, Hannah Lowe, John Siddique and Bonnie Greer launch WritersMosaic with a conversation on the poetry of naming.
Chloé Zhao's win for best director for the film Nomadland at the 2021 Oscars marks the first time a woman of colour has taken the top honour.
The St.Lucian poet, Canisia Lubrin, has won the 2021 OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature with her latest poetry collection, The Dyzgraphxst.
Fewer than 2% of all authors and/or illustrators of children’s books, published between 2007 and 2017 in the UK, were by British people of colour.
We Are All Birds of Uganda, the debut novel by Hafsa Zayyan, joint-winner of Stormzy's #Merky Books New Writers' Prize is to be abridged for BBC 4's Book at Bedtime.
Death, personified as a series of black women, including an old “homeless black beggar woman with knotty natty hair”, will take a leading role in the film Idris Elba plans to make, based on Salena Godden's debut novel.