American copy of Mr Loverman (Akashic Books, April 2014)

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My Guardian article on the silenced history of African homosexuality

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http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/mar/08/african-homosexuality-colonial-import-myth

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Mr Loverman: now an unabridged audio book/ Amazon

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mr-Loverman-Bernardine-Evaristo/dp/0241145783

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The Verb, BBC Radio 3 – with commissioned piece

I was asked to write something for BBC R3′s programme The Verb and decided on a prose poem which I’ve called
The Forgotten African Soldiers of The Great War. You can listen to it here
until Friday 31st January 2014.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b03q5gf4/The_Verb_Andy_McNab_Alex_Horne_Bernadine_Evaristo_Trevor_Cox/

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Speaking up for black women in today’s Guardian Review

Guardian Review      Click on link for piece.

My opinion piece in today’s Guardian Review about 1980s arts activism, black women writers and Mr Loverman.

‘There is still work to do. Three decades on, black women are still rarely in positions of power. We remain the creatives and not the career makers. We are chosen but do not choose, and the elite networks of power continue to perpetuate themselves.’

 

 

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This Thursday 17th Oct at 7pm Barrington Jedidiah Walker esq will take a leisurely stroll in his Jermyn Street brogues down to the Thames to the wonderful Wapping Project to provide notable insights into his life, 50 year marriage to Carmel and lover of 60 years, Morris Courtenay de la Roux. Hosted by Erica Wagner, writer & former lit ed of the Times until this year. Come along and join us https://readingsbytheriver.eventbrite.co.uk/

For the Mr Loverman Tour, see link on website.

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Appearance on Loose Ends, BBC Radio 4

I appeared on BBC R4′s Loose Ends on Saturday to talk about Mr Loverman. It’s available via BBC iPlayer for another six days. Other guests were Martin Clunes, Arthur Smith (legend), Warwick Davis (Star Wars/ Harry Potter) and John Otway (hysterically funny). Hosted by Clive Anderson. Lovely, funny people. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qjym

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