The Interrelatedness of Form and Content in Contemporary Black British Women's Writing: Interviews with Victoria Adukwei Bulley, Laura Fish, Lou Prendergast, and Bernardine Evaristo

Elisabeth Bekers, Elizabeth-Jane Burnett, Helen Cousins, Laura Fish

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Abstract

For this special issue, we wanted to include the voices of creative practitioners. Victoria Adukwei Bulley, Laura Fish, Lou Prendergast, and Bernardine Evaristo were invited to reflect on their own experimentation and innovation and on how their writing has been impacted by publisher expectations and the idea of a Black women's literary tradition. The four authors, specializing in different genres and at various career stages, responded to a series of questions. Evaristo agreed to a verbal interview with Elisabeth Bekers, while Bulley, Fish, and Prendergast were interviewed by email.

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