New Fiction By Black And Asian Women
A collection of stories by Jamika Ajalon, Francesca Beard, Donna Daley-Clarke, Krishna Dutta, Amanthi Harris, Heather Imani and Gemma Weekes
The presence of black and Asian people in the U.K. has altered the nation in so many ways that the culture is now one of fusion. The stories in Kin are populated by a fascinating cast of characters, sometimes bizarre, always intriguing: these are stories about mothers, sisters, lovers, best friends and brides-to-be. With the rise of authors such as Zadie Smith and Monica Ali, there is much interest in writing by black and Asian women authors from the U.K.
Used availability for Donna Daley-Clarke's Kin
October 2003 : UK Paperback