Afrobeat: New Black British Fiction was a 1999 anthology of Black British writing edited by Patsy Antoine. It was published in London by Pulp Faction.
Afrobeat featured contributions from new writers, from Saga Prize winners Joanna Traynor and Judith Bryan, and work by Kadija Sesay and Yinka Sunmonu. Twelve of the fifteen constributors were women. Topics treated included HIV, racism, confessional television shows, obsession and new racism.
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