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Ekow Eshun was born in London in 1968 and grew up in England and Ghana. He was the youngest-ever editor of a men's magazine (Arena), is well-known in the media for his appearances on Newsnight Review, and is now artistic director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. This is his first book.
"A life-affirming memoir about belonging, identity, and hope." --"Ebony" "An impressive debut. . .An unusual memoir in which the personal and the political are entwined with great skill." --"The Times" (London) "Leavened with insight, self-awareness, and flashes of humor . . .Eshun is a skilled wordsmith." --"Christian Science Monitor" "Refreshing. . .Eshun's writing is fluid and self-assured. . .his wistfulness and wry sense of humor add to the book's charm. . .an engaging and eye-opening account of one man's journey toward self-discovery." --"Black Issues Book Review"