Black British Writing Pt2

Following up from part 1 Rineya Umran Ka and I continue the wonderful conversation about being a Black British writer.

In this episode we discuss aspects of trauma and how writing acts as a bridge between people, demographic and/or experiences. Parallel to this we speak on how Black literature often centers around traumatic experiences which further reinforces this concept of intergeneration traumas etc.


Let’s Talk

How does writing make you feel?

How long have you been writing for?

As a Black person in a white world, how does writing help you to navigate certain spaces (internally and externally)?

By Nadine Plummer

An Intuitive Coach who provides therapeutic writing practices/talking therapies to aid women of colour personal development. Through sisterhood and person-centered approaches Nadine Plummer is able to help her clients heal, grow and thrive collectively and individually.