One of England’s most loved poets, as well as an accomplished memoirist, short story and fiction writer, Jackie Kay brings to her writing a delight in the real and the imagined, and an engagement with questions of identity. Scottish/Nigerian by birth and adopted by a white Scottish couple (who met and married in New Zealand) she speaks with Stephanie Johnson about the themes that infuse her work and the sources of her inspiration. Supported by British Council New Zealand.

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