This post will be updated and expanded over the next month as we reflect on the project. In the meantime we share some photos from the events:
In our first Book Club, we talked about Hannah Azieb Pool’s book My Father’s Daughter from Bernardine Evaristo’s Black Britain: Writing Back series.
For the Book Club 2, we welcomed the poet Yomi Sode to Afrori’s new home at the Brighthelm Centre.
Book Club 3 was led by Pauline Rutter, Afrori Books Poet on the Sofa. We talked about S. I. Martin’s Incomparable World , another essetial novel from Evaristo’s Writing Black Britain series about ‘the untold stories of African-American soldiers grappling with their post-war freedom’.
The participants reflected on what Afrori means to them. You can listen below:
to be continued…