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This Black History Month, we’re exploring the power of Black storytelling and its impact on culture and identity. Discover the trailblazing books that found Black authors taking control of their narratives to reshape, reinvigorate, and remake literature – and the world beyond.
‘My biggest fear is running out of time’: 21 Questions with Yrsa Daley-Ward
The actor, model, Beyoncé collaborator and author of artistic self-expression handbook The How opens up about her childhood love of Roald Dahl, the importance of nature, and the best writing advice she’s ever received.
‘It was the original viral moment’: the complete story of Keisha the SketIn 2005, a 13-year-old with no internet wrote a series of stories about life in London’s ends that ended up going viral – then, she disappeared. Twenty years later, those involved tell the story of Keisha the Sket turned into a literary phenomenon.