Silent Voices is an anthology of writing by emerging British Somali writers. Their voices express their poignant experiences of being Somali, living in Britain and the issues that have affected them in their lives. These writers are part of the diversity of contemporary British writers.
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Shafi Said The Lost Pariah
Adam Dirir We are Not Invisible
Laila Ali Egge Letter to The Horn
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