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LGBTQAI+ :‘The only way to save the world is to just be yourself”

ByAnushree NandeAnushree Nande
Apr 22, 2022 07:36 PM IST

Author Musa Okwonga’s solution for this age of artifice comes from his deep reflection during an end-of-life crisis

In 2021, Musa Okwonga had not one but three book releases—an auto-fiction, an Eton memoir, and a children’s book with none other than football star Ian Wright, each from a different publisher. It’s a heady accomplishment for any writer, more so when the books are as diametrically different as In the End It Was All About Love (Rough Trade Books), One of Them (Unbound Publisher), and Striking Out (Scholastic Books)—and especially when they receive a consistent outpouring of love.

Author Musa Okwonga says that as a queer person of colour, the platforms that he has, have been afforded to almost no one else like him at this scale
Author Musa Okwonga says that as a queer person of colour, the platforms that he has, have been afforded to almost no one else like him at this scale
In 2021, Musa Okwonga had not one but three of his books published, by three different publishers
In 2021, Musa Okwonga had not one but three of his books published, by three different publishers
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