New Daughters of Africa is a major new international anthology celebrating the writing of women of African descent, capturing the talent and energy which is suffusing the contemporary literary landscape. Editor Margaret Busby will discuss the range as well as the unifying heritage of the contributors with award-winning novelist Diana Evans and cultural critic, playwright and author Bonnie Greer, both of whom have pieces in the anthology.
Diana Evans’ most recent novel is Ordinary People.
Bonnie Greer is Chancellor of Kingston University.
Margaret Busby is a publisher, broadcaster, critic and author.
Chaired by Claire Armitstead, Associate Editor of The Guardian.