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Author: Jacob Ross
Publisher: Leeds, UK : Inscribe, an imprint of Peepal Tree, 2015.
Series: Inscribe series
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
This ambitious and intriguing anthology of short stories showcases each author's most challenging work. These works from writers who are happy to describe themselves as Black British, have a rich variety of styles, forms, and themes, from raw realism, the erotic, and elegant economy, to the fanciful, humorous, and the tender.
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Genre/Form: Short stories
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacob Ross
ISBN: 9781845232887 1845232887
OCLC Number: 930844475
Description: 274 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: A note from the editor --
A bad day for a good man / Fred D'Aguiar --
Here be monsters / Karen Onojaife --
Malik's door / Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi --
The house / Tariq Mehmood --
The weight of four tigers / Chantal Oakes --
Whatever Lola wants / Michelle Inniss --
Clickety-Click / Lynne E. Blackwood --
Getting home : a black urban myth / Pete Kalu --
The Müllerian eminence / Leone Ross --
Chocolate tea / Gaylene Gould --
The age of reason (Coming here) / Valda Jackson --
Piss pals / Sai Murray --
Day trippers / Raman Mundair --
Streamlining / Muli Amaye --
Amber light / Sylvia Dickinson --
From where I come / Nanna-Essi Casely-Hayford --
Secret chamber / Akila Richards --
Breaking glass / Louisa Adjoa Parker --
Works / Desiree Reynolds --
The typewriter / Ayesha Siddiqi --
Skinning up / Jacqueline Crooks --
A cartography of all the names / Hana Riaz --
Hoover Junior / Seni Seneviratne --
My grandmother died with perfect teeth / Patrice Lawrence --
The draw / Jacqueline Clarke --
Confetti for pigeons / Mahsuda Snaith --
Contrary motion / Monica Ali --
Six Saturdays and some version of the truth / Koye Oyedeji --
Randall & Sons / Judith Bryan --
Yoruba man walking / Bernardine Evaristo.
Series Title: Inscribe series
Other Titles: Contemporary Black British short stories
Responsibility: edited by Jacob Ross.

Abstract:

This ambitious and intriguing anthology of short stories showcases each author's most challenging work. These works from writers who are happy to describe themselves as Black British, have a rich variety of styles, forms, and themes, from raw realism, the erotic, and elegant economy, to the fanciful, humorous, and the tender.

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