✨Join Writing Our Legacy and special guest Stella Oni for an online social and networking event. This is a space for writers and creatives of colour to come together and share experiences.
The second in a series of monthly socials with special guests, this event is part of a wider digital programme of activity produced by Writing Our Legacy.
📅Date: Friday 19 February 2021
🎟️Book tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/writers-creatives-of-colour-social-with-stella-oni-tickets-140271338349?fbclid=IwAR2Egs9V9Y84DJPJb8QTgr6qdZzYeQRzw1ZnO248V9W9eSWiCoFZ_Zz8ZzI
🎤This event will include an open mic where participants are encouraged to read existing or new work. Readers will have 3 minute slots and should register beforehand. If interested please contact:
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Please note: all tickets are non-refundable.
Supported by Arts Council England and Brighton & Hove City Council
About Stella Oni
British Nigerian, Stella Oni, has a degree in Linguistics and African Languages from the University of Benin and an MSc in Information Systems and Technology from City University, London. She works as a Business Intelligence Analyst.
Stella is a cake enthusiast and an avid foodie who writes about Food, Culture and Tech on her blog “African Britishness and Medium”. Her dream is to travel around the world to taste and experience food from different cultures. Stella believes that her experience of growing within two worlds has given her a unique perspective.
“Deadly Sacrifice” (Jacaranda, 2020) was shortlisted for the SI Leeds Literary Prize in 2016. In September 2020 it was published by Jacaranda Books and was Audible’s crime thriller of the month.
📚Get your copy here: https://www.jacarandabooksartmusic.co.uk/products/deadly-sacrifice?fbclid=IwAR2rNk4C-C23TRmWmnweDQ18lidBWluO_RzVAKjmpH4IMxvfs1mvvlKozM4
Stella is writing the second “Toks Ade” novel in the series and a new cosy mystery, the “London House Mystery” series, featuring nosy housekeeper, Elizabeth Ojo.
Her new story, “The Black Widow of Oshogbo” will appear in “Midnight Hour”, an anthology by members of the Crime Writers of Color, published by Crooked Lane in September 2021.
Stella is a member of the Crime Writers Association and Crime Writers of Color.