Not Another Book Podcast Live Episode with Tomi Adeyemi

Wednesday 8th August 19:00 at Bristol - Galleries

Waterstones Bristol is delighted to welcome Not Another Book Podcast and special guest Tomi Adeyemi, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Children of Blood and Bone, for an inspirational evening and live podcast recording event!

Tickets: £7.99 includes entry, an exclusive edition of Children of Blood and Bone (with red sprayed edges) plus a signed map and print, or £4 general admission and £2 Waterstones Cardholder. 

Not Another Book Podcast is brutally honest, nuanced, and witty. The show is the third podcast to launch from the ShoutOut Network’s ‘Next Generation of Voices’ lineup. Hosted by BooksAndRhymes, bookshybooks and PostColonialChild, the trio want to help the publishing industry evolve and shape what future literature critics look and sound like.

Their special guest for this live recording is Tomi Adeyemi, author of Children of Blood and Bone - an epic fantasy with an eye toward the reality of contemporary racial and socioeconomic power dynamics, drawing upon African history and mythology to tell a story of characters contending with colour, status and they want to be defined in a culture of fear. 

Tomi Adeyemi is a Nigerian-American writer and creative writing coach. After graduating Harvard University with an honors degree in English literature, she received a fellowship that allowed her to study West African mythology and culture in Salvador, Brazil. When she’s not working on her novels or watching “Scandal,” she can be found blogging and teaching creative writing. @tomi_adeyemi

Culture critic, book reviewer, and photographer, BooksAndRhymes - also known as Sarah Ozo-Irabor - is deeply vested in disrupting the status quo, and moving literary works by Black and writers of colour from the margins to the centre. She is interested in historical & contemporary fiction, essays, and the representation of self and ‘otherness’ in fiction and non-fiction. @BooksAndRhymes @NABookPodcast

A writer, editor, and translator from Guinea Bissau, PostcolonialChild aka Yovanka Paquete Perdigao is a new critic you’ll love to hate, but secretly agree with. Yovanka’s writing has been featured in The Guardian, Brittle Paper, AFREADA, Ozy.. She is also the mastermind behind Terra Crioula, a platform that promotes Afro Lusophone literature. @postcolonialchi @NABookPodcast



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