Coconut Unlimited author Nikesh Shukla is taking over the South Bank Centre next Tuesday for London Literature Festival. From the website:
‘The Secret Life of Immigrants’ is a masterful spoken word and visual collaboration between writer Nikesh Shukla and DNR Films. In four live short stories, Shukla explores the nature of immigration, nationalism, Britishness and the BNP.
Using comedy, stories and an array of characters, from racist immigrants to BNP members, he provides a scathing look at our relationships with immigrants, with ourselves and with nationalism.
For more and to book tickets, click here.
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Alan Wall’s ‘King of Kings’ story in the newly-launched Paraxis magazine.
This Bookmunch review of Shadows Over Time by C. J. Christensen.
A conversation with Colin Bacon.
Gavin James Bower interviewing Nikesh Shukla.