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Ntozake Shange, a Black feminist, in the 1980s, with her groundbreaking choreopoem play, for coloured girls who considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf created choreopoetry, a long- form, poetic-prose narrative written for the page and for performance.
Sonia Faleiro shares how independent booksellers – from India to Italy – have provided a refuge and a guiding light throughout her life and career.

Sarah LeFanu explores the question of what name(s) to use for biographical subjects, the ongoing danger ‘of not being quite critical enough’ when the subject starts to feel like a friend, and the persistent asymmetry of naming men by surname and women by first name.

Caroline Brothers investigates the issue of cultural appropriation in fiction, suggesting the right way for novelists to avoid crossing that line.

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