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Louisa Adjoa Parker

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.


BREAKING: DUP and Labour hold talks on motion of no confidence against Tories

DUP and Labour ‘hold talks on motion of no confidence against...

The DUP have reportedly held 'high level' talks with the Labour Party regarding supporting a motion of no confidence against Theresa May's Tory government,...


WATCH: Chancellor Phillip Hammond admits that 8 years of Tory cuts have been a TOTAL CON JOB [VIDEO]

WATCH: Chancellor Philip Hammond admits that 8 years of Tory cuts...

For eight long years, the Conservative Party have carefully constructed, and meticulously maintained, the myth that cuts to public services are an absolute necessity...