“In Eleanor Shearer on Writing a Post-Slavery West Indian Novel Celebrating Motherhood and Resilience,” Andrew Keen (Keen On) interviews Eleanor Shearer, author of River Sing Me Home. Watch interview at Literary Hub.
Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world’s leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now.
In this episode, Andrew talks to River Sing Me Home author Eleanor Shearer about her hotly anticipated first novel which has been selected as the Good Morning America pick for February.
Eleanor Shearer is a mixed-race writer and the granddaughter of Windrush generation immigrants. She splits her time between London and Ramsgate on the English coast so that she never has to go too long without seeing the sea. For her master’s degree in politics at the University of Oxford, Eleanor studied the legacy of slavery and the case for reparations, and her fieldwork in St. Lucia and Barbados helped inspire River Sing Me Home.
To watch the video, visit https://lithub.com/eleanor-shearer-on-writing-a-post-slavery-west-indian-novel-celebrating-motherhood-and-resilience
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