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How a racist taunt prompted me to reclaim Britain's countryside | Anita Sethi
A man on a train told me to go back to where I’m from – and so I did. Walking alone in nature, I felt liberated from prejudice, says nature writer Anita Sethi

Anita Sethi

07, Sep, 2021 @11:55 AM

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Walking the Invisible by Michael Stewart review – following in the Brontës’ footsteps
A walking tour of the north of England becomes a celebration of the Brontës’ work and a love letter to the wily, windy places that inspired them

Anita Sethi

15, Jul, 2021 @6:30 AM

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Zakiya Dalila Harris: ‘Publishing is such a spoofable world’
The author of a debut novel about diversity in the workplace on how black people act around white people, embracing her hair, and what’s changed a year after George Floyd’s murder

Anita Sethi

05, Jun, 2021 @5:00 PM

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Stuart Lawrence: 'I really looked up to Stephen'
The younger brother of the murdered teenager on his book about his sibling’s life and death, why it took two decades to process his feelings and the traits his son shares with his ‘superhero’

Anita Sethi

27, Mar, 2021 @6:00 PM

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Seven ways to cope until the end of lockdown
The end may now be in sight, but there are still frustrating months ahead. From new recipes to letter writing and Lego, writers including Matt Haig and Philippa Perry share their strategies

Matt Haig, Ella Risbridger, Adam Phillips, Anita Sethi, Philippa Perry, Mollie Goodfellow and Nikesh Shukla

27, Feb, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Nadia Owusu: 'I wrote as a way to process trauma'
The New York-based writer talks about her peripatetic childhood, the pain of losing her parents – and finding love at a jazz jam session

Anita Sethi

06, Feb, 2021 @6:00 PM

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Stella Dadzie: 'Women resisted slavery at every stage of the journey'
The feminist writer on racism in her London childhood, her new book about female slaves, and the part Ghana played in shaping her identity

Anita Sethi

21, Nov, 2020 @6:00 PM

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Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi: 'Life is about making myth'
The Ugandan-born writer, whose new book deals with her country’s origin stories, on feminism and the importance of home

Anita Sethi

03, Oct, 2020 @5:00 PM

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Denise Mina: 'I couldn't read until I was about nine'
The acclaimed crime author on being a late bloomer, how we decide which victims to care about, and her affinity with Glasgow

Anita Sethi

29, Aug, 2020 @5:00 PM

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Maryse Condé: 'An English author can reach the heart of a Caribbean child'
The Guadeloupe-born novelist on prejudice in France and the power of Wuthering Heights

Anita Sethi

04, Jul, 2020 @5:00 PM

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Poetic justice: black lives and the power of poetry
Leading black British poets including Linton Kwesi Johnson, Grace Nichol and Raymond Antrobus share their thoughts on protest, change and the trailblazers who inspired them

Introduction by Kadish Morris. Interviews by Killian Fox ,Jude Rogers, Anita Sethi

28, Jun, 2020 @7:00 AM

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Roger Robinson: 'Poets can translate trauma'
The writer and musician talks about his prize-winning poetry collection, his Caribbean education and why the death of George Floyd has been felt so strongly in the UK

Anita Sethi

13, Jun, 2020 @5:00 PM

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