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Africa Writes, Sex, Love and Poetry

Join an evening of readings and uncensored conversation on sex, love and desire spanning the sexuality spectrum and the African Diaspora experience

With daring work that challenges hetero-normative depictions of love, guest poets and writers explore intimacy and romance without taboos or restrictions. Whether you're straight or queer, trans, black or white - if you're an adult and curious, this event is for you. With guest poets and writers Caleb Femi, Rachel Long, S A Smythe and Adam Lowe.

Part of Africa Writes, a vibrant programme of events showcasing the best new writing from across the continent and the Diaspora.

In association with the Royal African Society


Caleb Femi | talks
Rachel Long | talks
S A Smythe | talks
Adam Lowe | talks


Date and Time:

1 July 2016 at 6:30 pm


2 hours



British Library
96 Euston Road


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Full Price: £10, Senior 60+: £8, Student & Registered Unemployed: £7

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