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Wasafiri Wonders: Sharanya Deepak

‘I veer towards writing about memory as a way to navigate something very present or painful in my adult life.’ Sharanya Deepak reflects on first drafts, writing rituals and resistance.

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Writing Britain Now: Sean Wai Keung

‘The history of migration in the UK is also a history of food,’ writes Sean Wai Keung for our ongoing series, Writing Britain Now. Plus, two poems from his debut poetry collection, sikfan glaschu.

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How do we breathe in a country that does not accept us?

Writer and curator Kadija Sesay writes about co-curating Khadija Saye: in this space we breathe for The British Library, reflecting on spirituality and storytelling in British-Gambian culture, art as resistance, and bonds between mothers and daughters.

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