On Black Sisters’ Street
We continue our conversation with Chika Unigwe, fresh from yesterday’s appearance at the Edinburgh International Book Festival (it was sold-out!). Her new book – On Black Sisters’ Street has just been published, and we want to know about her personal journey that began in Enugu, Nigeria. What made her start writing – and what might she do next? It’s a truly inspiring story.
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Photo by Katrijn Van Gie
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