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‘In this essay, I turn my thoughts away from arresting visual art to focus on a landmark union: Margaret Busby OBE with Candida...Continue reading Call Them Feminist Press – Celebrating African Women in Literature

 New Daughters of Africa editor Margaret Busby and contributors Adeola Solanke, Candace Allen, Nana Ekua Brew-Hammond, Carmen Harris, Yemisi Aribisala, Anni Domingo feature in the Spring 2019...Continue reading The Female Edit: Alt Africa Review feature New Daughters of Africa

Mz Evaristo shalt be appearing for the first time in the herstory of herself as a writer at the #HayFestival Saturday June 1st in convo about #girlwomanother with none other than Margaret Busby. Please do pootle along if you're in the vicin. https://t.co/NPlZhhqJav

Last night’s event at @brightfest was AMAZING! #NewDaughtersOfAfrica

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Last month, @JewishBook asked @sarahlightman1 about her favourite book by or about a Jewish woman...

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You can pre-order #TheBookofSarah here: https://t.co/ntvMtAWGw2

ft @realgonegirl & #DianeNoomin

Off to Brighton for @brightfest @MyriadEditions #NewDaughtersofAfrica with Margaret Busby & @CandiceC_W see you at 7!

The new, autobiographical @sarahlightman1 from @MyriadEditions is so eloquently expressed, especially her family's long-standing tradition of stifling ambition and autonomy - thereby thwarting so much potential - that it almost broke me. https://t.co/d5WyQY5k43 More anon. 3

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