Read part 1 of the Hayling Stories blog series here. Listening to a story is different from reading a story. Continue reading
I never know what to say when I’m asked where I’m from. So much is wrapped inside that question, like Continue reading
This month, the world celebrates ‘Women in Translation’ – an initiative started in 2014 by blogger Meytal Radzinski that celebrates Continue reading
Neel Mukherjee, a Refugee Tales Vol II writer, and Mary Bartlet, a representative from Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group, talk to Nomia Iqbal at the BBC Asian Network discussing Refugee Tales Volume II, indefinite immigration detention and the importance of sharing the stories of detainees and asylum seekers.
Protests and protesters have always been attractive subjects to historians. Concerned as they are (or at least used to be) Continue reading
Adam Marek is back this Summer running a Comma Press Short Story Course at the London Free Word Centre. He’s Continue reading
15th May is Nakba Day. Yawm an-Nakba, meaning ‘Day of the Catastrophe’, is a yearly commemoration of the displacement that preceded Continue reading
Read the first instalment of the Newcastle Course Blog series here. Read the second instalment of the Newcastle Course Blog Continue reading