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Home Is Not A Place

Home Is Not A Place

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A free country needs a free press, and the newspapers of our country are under significant financial pressure”. Home is knowing we always have somewhere to run to, and we’ll be just fine, because home is within us. Featuring photographs, poetry and essays, the book is a visual poem reflecting on the complexity, strength and resilience of Black Britain. Johny has contributed words and images for The Guardian, New Statesman, New York Times and CondéNast Traveller.

We are home to groundbreaking ideas and revolutions, we are home to comfort and peace — be it other people’s or our own. For all ebook purchases, you will be prompted to create an account or login with your existing HarperCollins username and password. If you can afford to do so, we would be so grateful if you can make a donation which will allow us to continue to bring stories to you, both in print and online.PLEASE NOTE: Concessionary rates apply to under 21s, full time students, registered unemployed and registered disabled – just show us proof of status. The book Home is Not a Place, which combines Pitts' photographs with poems by Roger Robinson, was published by Harper Collins UK in September 2022. It is a thing of brilliance , with its own immersive energy, pulling the reader in and allowing them to wander around the world of Black Britain created on these pages.

Pitts’ photographs in this space are also accompanied by the poem, Home Is Not A Place, by Roger Robinson.Sometimes home is just knowing we are loved, and we have loved, and other times it is fighting for love. Home is the families we are born into, and those we create for ourselves, be they by heart or by blood. The Fellowship is a collaboration between The Ampersand Foundation and Photoworks, kindly supported by Spectrum Photographic and Arts Council England.

Home is where we are able to thrive, without the pressure to, in fact, home is a gentle voice saying, “Take your time, no pressure. The Ampersand/Photoworks Fellowship is a collaboration between The Ampersand Foundation and Photoworks, supported by Arts Council England. Leaving London, they followed the River Thames east towards Tilbury, where the Empire Windrush docked in 1948. S. Eliot Prize 2019, The RSL Ondaatje Prize 2020 and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. com and author of Afropean: Notes from Black Europe, Pitts spent more than a decade documenting the Black experience in Europe.He is lead vocalist and lyricist for King Midas Sound and has also recorded solo albums with Jahtari Records.



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