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Haus of Liberated Reading, 2016 - Literary Collections - 107 pages

A brave and bold debut collection of poetry by Siana Bangura exploring a wide range of subjects from womanhood, Black Feminism, racism, and identity to gentrification, changing urban landscapes, and love inhibited by patriarchal norms. No stone is left unturned. The elephant in the room is finally confronted.

Siana Bangura is a writer and poet hailing from South East London via Freetown, Sierra Leone.

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My go to poetry book when I need to be emmersed in love and hard truths of being a black woman in the diaspora.

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