A ground-breaking, provocative and diverse anthology of writing about black gay men’s lives in the UK – essays, activist memoirs, (auto)biographies, poems and fiction, edited by multi-award-winning writers Rikki Beadle-Blair and John R Gordon.
Contributors are: Adam Lowe, Ade Adeniji, Anu Olu, Bisi Alimi, Cheikh Traore, Cyril Nri, Daniel Fry, ‘Danse Macabre’, David McAlmont, Dean Atta, Diriye Osman, Donovan Christian-Carey, Donovan Morris, D’relle Wickham (Khan). Edd Muruako, Geoffrey Williams, Giles Terera, Jimmy Akingbola, John R Gordon, Keith Jarrett, Leee John, Leo Ofori, ‘Merlin’, Mickel Smithen, Paul J Medford, P J Samuels, Rhys Wright, Rikki Beadle-Blair, Dr Rob Berkeley, Robert Taylor, Rogue Scott, Reverend Rowland Jide Macaulay, Salawu Olajide, Tonderai Munyevu, Topher Campbell, Travis Alabanza, Z Jai Walsh.
John R. Gordon (born 1964) is a British writer. His work – novels, plays, screenplays and biography – deals with the intersections of race, sexuality and class. With Rikki Beadle-Blair he founded and runs queer-of-colour-centric indie press Team Angelica.
Richard Barrington "Rikki" Beadle-Blair MBE (born July 1961) is a British actor, director, screenwriter, playwright, singer, designer, choreographer, dancer and songwriter of British/West Indian origin.