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Onyi Nwabineli

Onyi Nwabineli is a Nigerian-British headwrap aficionado. Born in Benin, Nigeria, she grew up in Glasgow, the Isle of Man and Newcastle, and now lives in London. Onyi is the co-founder of Surviving Out Loud, a fund that provides fiscal support for survivors of sexual assault, and the founder of Black Pens, a writing retreat for Black womxn. Someday, Maybe is her debut novel.You can find her on Twitter at @OnyiWrites

Genres: Literary Fiction
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Dominoes (2024)
Phoebe McIntosh
"Dominoes is a striking, thought-provoking read and Phoebe McIntosh expertly examines the intricacies of romance as it intersects with race and class. A stirring story with strong, complex characters that delves into the legacy of Britain's slave trade while interrogating love, friendship and identity. Simultaneously sweet and sobering, this is one you will not want to miss."
Nightbloom (2023)
Peace Adzo Medie
"Peace Adzo Medie returns with a formidable exploration of friendship and the intricacies of the relationships that shape us. Told by two bright voices, Nightbloom is a journey that spans years and explores a different truths along a parallel journey. Touching, bold and thought-provoking, this story is one everyone should read."

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