Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Citizens of Nowhere


Theresa May sparked a powerful debate when she announced that global citizens were citizens of nowhere. She also gave us a marvellous title and a great theme for a book. Is a global citizen really a citizen of nowhere? This collection reacts to this question and explores some possible answers. Each story gives us a definition of one global citizen and shows how this individual contributes to the world.

We approached several writers who we knew cared about these matters and who also write beautifully. Other stories just fell into our laps – they had been submitted to other anthologies and seemed to suit this one.


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Short stories on the theme of Citizens of Nowhere. I am not normally a fan of short stories , but found this to be a collection of well written, engaging stories.  
Ea Anderson,  Jennifer Burkinshaw, Neil Campbell, Sarah Dobbs, Vanessa Gebbie, Alan Gibbons, Vanessa Harbour, Debz Hobbs-Wyatt, Matevž Hönn, Gill James, Karen Kendrick, Jenny Palmer 
ISBN: 9781907335532

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