Events, Latest News

Karibee Books: An Afternoon with Siana Bangura

This weekend Siana took part in the Litro Weekender! She hosted a poetry hour in which she was in conversation with guests about the themes in her debut collection of poetry, ‘Elephant’ and also ran a marvellous Litro Women’s Hour with Irenosen Okojie and Frances Mensah Williams. Many thanks to Karibee Books for coming along […]

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Throwing it back to Mostly Lit!

The anniversary celebrations continue! We’re throwing it back to Siana’s first appearance on Mostly Lit podcast! Did you know that she was their very first special guest? Fast forward a year later and they are an award winning podcast, they are verified on Twitter, certified by iTunes, have a third host, listeners worldwide and have chinwagged […]

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Interviews, Latest News

In Conversation with Creative Nestlings

Siana caught up with Dillion S. Phiri of South African publication, Creative Nestlings, to discuss the release of her new short film, ‘Denim’, exploring gentrification in South East London; as well as discuss her love of writing, how her art intersects with her activism, and what exactly makes Siana’s fire burn so brightly. On the […]

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Worldwide Release of ‘Denim’!

It’s finally here! After weeks of build up, ‘Denim’, Siana Bangura’s poetic short film exploring gentrification in South East London, is now live and free to watch on YouTube. Fusing together poetry, music, and film, ‘Denim’ takes us on a trip down memory lane in which we get an insight into the estates, buildings, and […]

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Events

‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Screening And Q&A

Writer James Baldwin tells the story of race in modern America with his unfinished novel, Remember This House. In 1979, James Baldwin wrote a letter to his literary agent describing his next project, “Remember This House.” The book was to be a revolutionary, personal account of the lives and assassinations of three of his close […]

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