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Kadija George FRSA is a doctoral scholarship student at Brighton University researching Black British Publishers and Pan-Africanism. She is the Publications Manager for Inscribe/Peepal Tree, publisher of SABLE LitMag and editor of several anthologies. The first anthology she edited was Six Plays for Black and Asian Women Writers for Aurora Metro. She has published poetry, short stories and essays in anthologies, under the name of Kadija Sesay including New Daughters of Africa and a poetry collection, Irki (Peepal Tree, 2013). She is a co-founder of Mboka Festival of Arts Culture and Sport in The Gambia and has received awards and fellowships for her work in the creative arts, her research and has judged several writing prizes.