By Bode Owa
A plea for Black self-emancipation and political action from Nigerian-born, Antwerp-based actor, playwright and musician Bode Owa.
This collection of short stories, commentaries on existential fear, opinions and poems by Owa express the desire to dismantle the structural tools keeping Black peoples in penury.
"Bode is passionate about social justice and equity, about his culture and continent, about the world. It is very obvious in this book which contains love notes to Africa, and which, though filled with humor, doesn’t shy away from uncomfortable topics like racism and the continuing legacies of colonialism. Negrociations invites us into its writer's rage and into his passion, and challenges us to work for a better world."—Chika Unigwe
Designed by Celine Hurka
Published by Onomatopee, 2019
Printed in an edition of 700 copies
Softcover, 160 pages, 4.5 × 6.5 inches