Three years after the historic election of Barack Obama, Obi Ifeanyi is settling into marriage and fatherhood, whilst trying to hide secrets from his past that could well wreck everything he holds dear.
An enthusiastic, energetic, humorous, 'fanboying' journey through a section of UK Black music history, Hold Tight is like a fantastic joyride with an Amen break enthused soundtrack.
On a school trip to the Museum of Ancient Kemet, Kaa'hina, a young girl is once again magically transported to another world.
Sixteen-year-old Starr has carefully managed to balance the two worlds she inhabits, until the night her best friend is murdered.
As I was reading this collection of essays exploring what it meant to be Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic in the UK today, I couldn't help but sigh that this conversation about identity was still being had. I was immediately transported back to when I was studying for my English Lit degree, and having lengthy … Continue reading The Good Immigrant