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Sunday 23 March 2014

1 Hour


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Taiye Selasi, one of Granta’s 20 Best Young British Writers 2013, talks about her debut novel, Ghana Must Go, one of the most feted debut novels of the year. Selasi was born in London of Nigerian and Ghanaian origin and raised in Massachusetts, USA.  Ghana Must Go is a story of family drama and forgiveness. It follows the Sais family as it is torn apart by lies and reunited by grief. The story spans generations and shifts from West Africa to New England, London, New York and back again.

Selasi has also written two short stories, The Sex Lives of African Girls, which appeared in Best American Short Stories 2012, and Driver.

‘Taiye Selasi is a young writer of staggering gifts and extraordinary sensitivity. Ghana Must Go seems to contain the entire world, and I shall never forget it.’
Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love