My first book was not Oxford Castaways or a novel or poetry book but Oxfordshire Rambles, which was published by The Oxford Times - 10 circular walks devised by the late Jack and Margaret Ibbott. Jack and Margaret introduced
Nasio Trust founder Nancy Mudenyo Hunt and I wrote a novel together inspired by her childhood in Kenya and experience transforming the lives of disadvantaged teenagers by taking them to the Nasio projects in Musanda (w.Kenya). Not so Black and
Remembering and Re- Thinking the Future. Bernardine Evaristo says her mother was an honorary black person
The death of George Floyd is an image of brutality that appears on an American turn table which keeps going around and around for centuries. We have no reason in this country to be complacent but there are significant differences.
Why the world should know about Ashoka . This blog is intended for those in the West, who know nothing about the man who founded the religion we know as Buddhism, established the world’s first international university, disapproved of
Ben Fox contacted me a few months after he started Shepherd.com. It’s a new and quirky search engine for books. He asked me to recommend books on China Since then I have written this one on Mixed Relationships because of
Just launched – The Nasio I love reading project to build the first library in an area as big as Oxfordshire.
Nancy Mundenyo Hunt , the joint author of Not so Black and White which is inspired by her life, was on BBC regional news last night . https://www.thenasiotrust.org/bbc-south-today-feature-on-our-20th-anniversary-celebrations/ If you find this video uplifting you will like our novel. It's
Shepherd.com is an easy to use well presented new site . Ben Fox it's creator asked me to make recommendations on this subject. https://shepherd.com/best-books/oxford-and-where-town-meets-gown Going with the theme .. here is Sculpting the Elephant: An Alternative Town and Gown Walking
I’m encouraging my co- author of Not so Black and White to pitch an article in response to the Sewell report, whose authors found no evidence of institutional racism and who recommend that diversity training for police officers be abolished.
When she interviewed me for her podcast, Yang May and I discovered a common passion for libraries and storytelling. I hope my stories are global but they arise from the web of connections to all continents that you find in
Reflections on Multi Culturalism In the Madras Courier Anurag Mishra and Paras Ratna posed the question, ‘To what extent can a society accommodate multiculturalism?’ As someone who risked my own future and that of my future children by marrying someone