Angela’s Saini’s book, Superior: The Return of Race Science, though celebrated by figures such as the evolutionary biologist, Richard Dawkins, also attracted racist social media trolls. Saini talks to Colin Grant about the timeliness of her book and the evolution of her writing with a social conscience.
Gabriel Gbadamosi interviews Hannah Lowe and they delve into some of the themes and forms of her poetry collections.
The Jamaican-British poet speaks of living with ghosts, writing with his ear and his filial devotion
The Booker Prize winning author Bernardine Evaristo talks to Colin Grant in front of a warm audience in Brighton about never giving up, her modus operandi as explored in Manifesto, her memoir and handbook for an active and engaged life.
The novelist tells of her love of the language of Trinidad and her move from law to writing.
Alex Wheatle talks to Roopa Farooki about his career as a writer of literary and Young Adult fiction.
Sea Sharp discusses how their writing has changed in crossing from the USA to the UK, escaping from the Jehovah's Witnesses and how their writing moves from the page to the stage.
From his acclaimed debut novel, through the years of being overlooked to becoming, once again, an author in demand.
Double Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, Colson Whitehead, talks to Colin Grant about his love of heist movies, the work of Chester Himes and, and his new noir thriller, Harlem Shuffle.
Sita Brahmachari talks to Gabriel Gbadamosi about the intersection of her writing and activism.
Talking about his career as a writer for theatre, film and TV
Leah Chillery spills the beans on being an actor a writer and a Northerner.