Soy Negra

For this episode, writers Patricia Cumper and Pauline Walker are joined by Juliet Gilkes Romero who speaks about how her identity as a Black woman is integral to her writing.

The Black female author Juliet Gilkes Romero is pictured sitting with her arms on a table, chin resting on her clasped hands. She is wearing an orange shawl with blue, black and grey detail and a grey v-neck top

Juliet Gilkes Romero speaks about her revolutionary parents, starting out as a journalist before switching to playwriting and what sparked her interest in writing.

I kind of like, really, you know, realised how much I love storytelling, how much I love words, I was very interested in human stories.

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