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Qaisra Shahraz has been chosen as Manchester's Most Influential Woman! >
All the women on this list are really making a difference
Event Recap >
Qaisra Shahraz at the Manchester Literature Festival 

Interview with Qaisra Shahraz 
Home is Where the Heart is, Dawn >
Discussing "new cosmopolitan collection spanning 25 years of Shahraz's writing life, covering various timelines and countries."
Qaisra Shahraz on the Big Debate with Nihal Arthanayake on BBC Asian Network >
Talking about identity, political ideologies and her new book The Concubine and the Slave-Catcher
Sugar, Sugar and Lainy Malkani go GLOBAL! > 
Lainy talks about her quest to uncover the history of sugar on BBC World TV with Matthew Amroliwala
Crime Review: The Warehouse by S.S. Mausoof  >
'[The Warehouse] is an illustration of the width of the 'crime fiction' genre…'
Book Extract: Sugar, Sugar by Lainy Malkani
'The Complaint' on Big Issue North 
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Lainy Malkani: An Author Finding Important Hidden Stories - Asian Voice > 
Book Extract: The Concubine and The Slave-Catcher by Qaisra Shahraz
'The Journey' on Big Issue North 
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An Evening of Lainy Malkani's Bitter Sweet Tales at Waterstones Piccadilly 
Periscope Livestream >
Talking Location with S.S. Mausoof >
TripFiction #TalkingLocationWith author S.S. Mausoof, about Pakistan – Mohenjodaro and Waziristan, where his thriller The Warehouse is set
Book Extract: The Concubine and The Slave-Catcher by Qaisra Shahraz
'The Journey' on Wasifiri 
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10 things I'd like my readers to know about me by Wyetke Versteeg in Female First magazine > 
Author Qaisra Shahraz wins prestigious humanitarian award and receives Lifetime Achiever Award at the National Diversity Awards >
Win a copy of Zombie XI  with Match Magazine  - competition details>
ZOMBIE XI SET TO SCORE- 'IF YOU love football Pete Kalu’s latest book – Zombie XI - will reduce you to tears of laughter.' By Carl Palmer, The Voice Newspaper >
Author of the Striker SeriesPeter Kalu discusses how young adult fiction can explore the lives of the marginalized in the latest article for Open Democracy  - full article >
'Peter Kalu is a brilliant author – he got me to care about football, I now know more about the game than I have ever done before and the feeling is not going away!' .'  Matt Imrie, Teen Librarian - full review >
'This book is not just about zombies and football, it is about a boy who is growing up and wants to fit in, a boy who has his first crush and doesn’t know how to handle it, a boy who has to make a choice between football and drama and how he makes a compromise.' Yvonne Davies, Terror Tree- full review >
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