27 08, 2022

Food of Love. I cook up a story across gender, class and race. How access to Luton Central Library meant opportunities for a working class girl..

By |August 27th, 2022|Categories: Biography, Kennington, Mixed relationships, Oxford|0 Comments

I hadn't intended to publish my memoir.  My publisher's Press Release explains why its CEO  Katie Isbester persuaded me that it was publishable and is relevant. One reason, I agreed to let Claret Press publish it,  is because  I would

4 05, 2022

No to culture wars, anti -woke and cancel culture. Yes to telling  the WHOLE story. That way lies understanding and  a sense of belonging.

By |May 4th, 2022|Categories: China, Art & History, History, India, Kenya, Lost History, Mixed relationships|0 Comments

Shakespeare and Donne created thousands of words between them - its a British trait that we can be proud of. Let's find new words for our time . This government’s war on woke includes opposing the ‘decolonisation’ of museums, history