City Lit’s Malorie Blackman Scholarships for Unheard Voices provide three annual awards worth up to £1000 each.
BookTrust, the UK’s largest children’s reading charity, has presented its Lifetime Achievement Award to John Agard,
Across the arts, Black British artists are making their voices heard. To mark the moment, Lenny Henry and Marcus Ryder h
Submissions for the 2022 Hurston/Wright Legacy Awards are OPEN.
More than 60% consider leaving jobs amid concerns that ‘safe’ work by men could be prioritised
Playwright and curator says Black Lives Matter movement has inspired new generation of black creators
Writing Our Legacy is an organisation whose aim is to raise awareness of the contributions of Black and Ethnic Minority
Here's What She Said To Me, opens on the 29th of September at the Arcola Theatre
Set in an explosive club night, Run It Back immerses the audience in Black British
An online retailer has launched a crowdfunding campaign to finance the first Black-owned bookshop in Britain
Alan Yentob explores the remarkable life and work of the trailblazing Anglo-Nigerian author Bernardine Evaristo,
An online platform for new writing from a mosaic of literary voices and cultures across the UK
Guardian article profiling "one of Britain's most influential scholars"
Hannah Lowe from Writers Mosaic commemorates Jean 'Binta' Breeze
A gripping tale of a group of larger-than-life con artists who roam the streets of eighteenth-century London.
An independent body working to achieve accurate representation of all sections of society across contemporary UK media
The Black Famingo named on Time's 100 Best YA Books Of All Time
On the set of a new film about Victorian artist JMW Turner, young actress Lou is haunted by an unresolved history.
Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah’s new book The Sex Lives of African Women examines self-discovery, freedom and healing.
ITV announces casting for powerful period drama The Confessions of Frannie Langton
Online stockist of books of black origin
Launched in 2015 through the joint vision of Prof. Joan Anim-Addo and Dr Deirdre Osborne
George Padmore Institute trustee Linton Kwesi Johnson pays tribute Jean 'Binta' Breeze
Creative Writing Courses for Black Women & Women of Colour
Bringing African writing to a wider audience using the annual literary award
17 writers explain why Black lives should be celebrated when too often they are undervalued
Celebrating the excellence and influence of black performers and creatives in the theatre industry
An award winning independent publisher of award winning adult fiction, non-fiction & YA.
An award-winning book publishing imprint founded in 2018 by Stormzy and Penguin Random House UK
African and Caribbean publishing specialists
Tamarind books that were historically published under Tamarind are now part of our wonderful Puffin and Ladybird lists
An anthology of poems from 40 black women poets from Africa and its diaspora
Eclipse is a beacon for Black artists and theatre makers outside of London.
Theatre Peckham is an award-winning cultural venue for artistic excellence and social change
Utopia Theatre is a Sheffield based company producing African stories for the British and International stage
The Young Vic have some of the most diverse and engaged audiences in London.
Poetry collection features Warsan Shire, Inua Ellams, Kayo Chingonyi, Dean Atta, Roger Robinson, Malika Booker and more
New novel to be published in the UK in September 2021
The Uk's outstanding black British theatre company
London’s writer development agency helping London’s writers make their mark
The UK trade union for all types of writers, illustrators and literary translators, at all stages of their careers
Bringing readers the very best of international writing from the Caribbean, its diasporas and the UK
The home of black British history
Writing development agency for aspiring or established writer of novels, short stories, poems or plays
The NCW celebrates and explores the artistic and social power of creative writing and literary translation
Patience Agbabi wins Literature Wales' Children & Young People Award with The Infinite
Poetry Wales welcomes Marvin Thompson as joint editor alongside Zoe Brigley
A new annual prize for the best debut by a Black British woman. Submissions open on 8th Sep and close on 20th Oct
Bernardine Evaristo on BBC Radio 4’s A Point of View. Why Black Lives Matter.
A catalogue for the first professional production of every African, Caribbean and Black British play produced in Britain
From The Guardian: 'I stuck my foot in the door': what it is like to be black in UK publishing.’ Read the article.
The Booker-winning novelist is relaunching a series of neglected novels by black British writers.