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Black Lives Black Words
Edited by Reginald Edmund

Selected and edited by the award- winning American playwright Reginald Edmund, who produced the series of short plays ‘Black Lives, Black Words’ across the US, which premiered in Chicago in 2015.

The international project has explored the black diaspora’s experiences in some of the largest multicultural cities in the world – Chicago, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Toronto and London. More than 60 black writers from the UK, USA, and Canada have each written a short play to address black issues today.

Thea Lemon And Her Super Sporty Fairy Godmother
Written by Mark Lemon

Mark Lemon returns with the latest children’s story in his series: ‘Thea Lemon And Her Super Sporty Fairy Godmother’.

Set in a spectacularly snowy wonderland, Lemon’s latest story is the perfect stocking filler this Christmas. Another magical tale unfolds as Thea takes on the world skiing champion in this beautifully designed book that children – and parents – will love.

The Stall Keeper Written by Anderson Reynolds

A story of provincial bigotry, coming of age, religious experience and rivalry, the supernatural, fanaticism, and frustrated love and ambition, played against the wide open spaces and relics of Vieux Fort, a post-World War II American- occupied Caribbean town.

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