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Tales of Travel, Daughters of Africa

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    Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England, UK

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    Bircan, Ayse, 1954 (female), Busby, Margaret (female, chair), Prescod, Marsha (female)

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    On the occasion of the publication 'Daughters of Africa', an anthology of African women's writing, edited byMargaret Busby, Marsha Prescod from Trinidad and Ayse Brircan from Turkey talk to the editor about the influence of exile and migration in their own work. Marsha reads one of her poems called 'Exile' and Ayse reads from her essay 'Black and Turkish'.

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