A collection of 28 essays the myriad ways Black British people find joy in life.
Love, literature, friendship, music, carnival, travel, dance, work, nature, food - Black Joy can be found in so many places.
Edited by award-winning journalist Charlie Brinkhust-Cuff and up-and-coming talent Timi Sotire, join twenty-eight inspirational voices in this uplifting and empowering anthology as they come together to celebrate being Black British, sharing their experiences of joy and what it means to them.
With incredible pieces from:
Diane Abbott; Faridah Abike-Iyimide; Fope Ajanaku; Athian Akec; Travis Alabanza; Haaniyah Angus; Rukiat Ashawe; Bukky Bakray; Richie Brave; Munya Chawawa; Ruby Fatimilehin; Theophina Gabriel; Lauryn Green; Ife Grillo; Isaac James; Chante Joseph; Vanessa Kisuule; Henrie Kwushue; Tobi Kyeremateng; Mikai McDermott; Jason Okundaye; Tope Olufemi; Melz Owusu; Leigh-Anne Pinnock; Mayowa Quadri; Lavinya Stennett; Timi Sotire; Sophia Tassew.
An exciting, much-needed collection of writing perfect for readers of Feminists Don't Wear Pink, Slay in Your Lane and Love in Colour.