#Twentyin2020 is announced and it's quite the moment.

In January, we revealed the amazing writers who now make up our #Twentyin2020 cohort. We made the groundbreaking announcement in The Guardian and it received a brilliant reception. Read the Guardian story here

Twenty in 2020 is a trailblazing programme in collaboration with Words of Colour that will dedicate a year to publishing 20 works by Black British writers. The works will include adult fiction, nonfiction and poetry. The aim of the initiative is to normalize the presence of diverse literature, characters and authors across all genres and curricula, with the hope that it will be a source of inspiration for a new generation of publishing professionals and authors. 

The Twenty Books
The Long Way Home by DD Armstrong
Bad Love by Maame Blue
Looking for Bono Abidemi Sanusi
If I Don’t Have You by Sareeta Domingo
The Street Hawkers Apprentice by Kabir Kareem-Bello
Love Again by Rasheda Ashanti Malcolm
Deadly Sacrifice by Stella Ahmadu  
Under Solomon Skies by Berni Sorga-Millwood
Dating in the 21st Centuty by Lisa Bent
Lote by Shola von Rheinhold 
 Through the Leopards Gaze by Njambi McGrath
The Space Between Black and White by Esuantsiwa Jane Goldsmith
A Circle of Five by Harris Joshua
Are We Home Yet? by Kate Massey
Black History Walks by Tony Warner 
Locating Strong Woman by Tolu Agbelusi
Untitled by Hibaq Osman
Jamakspeare by Brenda Garrick
The First Collection by Sarah Lipton-Sidibeh
On Reflection by Adjoa Wiredu