Black Britain: Writing Back series, curated by Bernadine Evaristo
This series is curated by Bernadine Evaristo, whose novel Girl, Woman, Other won the Booker Prize in 2019. The aim is to introduce readers to important and diverse black British writers and their experiences.
Minty Alley was written in 1928 and set in Trinidad and is a humorous novel about class.
Bernard and the Cloth Monkey is set in the late 1990s and explores the past and legacy of a dysfunctional family.
Also set in the 1990s is The Fat Lady Sings - two women of different generations meet in a mental hospital. The novel explores how the system fails the vulnerable but leaves the reader to draw their own conclusions.
All titles in series:
The Fat Lady Sings by Jacqueline Roy
Incomparable World by S. I. Martin
Without Prejudice by Nicola Williams
The Dancing Face by Mike Phillips
Bernard and the Cloth Monkey by Judith Bryan
Minty Alley by C.L.R. James