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Louisa Adjoa Parker

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I write poetry, fiction, BAME history and opinion journalism. I'm of Ghanaian and White English heritage, and am based in the South West of England. I began writing to explore early experiences of racism and domestic violence, and am passionate about telling the stories of marginalised groups through a variety of genres. My creative writing has appeared in a wide range of publications and I have recently completed a first short story collection and third poetry collection. I have written for gal dem; The F-Word; and Skin Deep. I am a regular contributor to Black Ballad.

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