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Further reading, books, books, books! 

Untitled Two published by Neu Reekie and Polygon Books. A vibrant and colourful anthology of poetry and performance from the excellent Neu Reekie crew based in Edinburgh. A beautiful collection of international voices, new faces and poetry heroes. Features rant poetry My Tits Are More Feminist Than your Tits by Salena Godden.  

http://www.birlinn.co.uk/UntitledTwo-Neu-Reekie.html 

An Unreliable Guide To London published July 2016 by Influx Press. This is a wonderful and richly diverse collection of colourful London short fiction and urban myth and legends. An amazing line up of writers of note, a warm celebration of this colourful city. Features The Camden Blood Thieves a short and bloody story by Salena Godden.

http://www.influxpress.com/an-unreliable-guide-to-london/

The Good Immigrant published September 2016 by Unbound Books. 21 essays by 21 diverse writers and thinkers and poets on what it means to be BAME in 21st century UK. Edited by author Nikesh Shukla, this book was crowdfunded in record time and will be touring the UK. This anthology features an essay titled Shade by Salena Godden, it is a deeper delve into some of the events and issues of race and identity that were explored in her childhood memoir Springfield Road. Audio book and paperback published May 4th 2017. 

https://unbound.co.uk/books/the-good-immigrant

Bare Lit anthology, published by Brain Mill Press, edited by Courttia Newland Mend Mariwany and Kavita Bhanot. In support of the Bare Lit Festival, showcasing award-winning British authors of colour. Features Blue Cornflowers by Salena Godden which was shortlisted for the BAME Guardian short story prize. 

http://www.brainmillpress.com/books/bare-lit/