“In a cultural realm where Afrofuturism has gone mainstream and discourse between Black British writers like Renni Edo-Lodge, Akala and Afua Hirsch swirls around whether we view ourselves enduring in the mire of an imperial cauldron or valiantly creating on top of the ruins of empire we now have this new wellspring of an event that is now calling for submissions from those who are too used to not feeling valued or centred.”
KUCHENGA for i-D Magazine