1. Hilda Doolittle (HD) and Doris Lessing.

  2. Andrea levy and Zoe Wicomb.

  3. Ben Okri. Flowers and Shadows.

  4. Olaudah Equiano. The interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa the African.Written by Himself.

  5. Mary Prince. The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave. Related by Herself. With a Supplement by the Editor To Which is Added, the Narrative of Asa-Asa, a Captured African.

  6. Lemn Sissay.

  7. Buchi Emecheta.

  8. Linton Kwesi Johnson and Inglan Is A Bitch,
    Benjamin Zephanaiah and Propa Propoganda,
    Biyi Bandele and The Man Who Came From The Back Of Beyond,
    E. A. Markham and Marking Time,
    Diran Adebayo and My Once Upon A Time,
    Victor Headley and Yardie,
    Zadie Smith and The Autograph Man,
    Fred D’Aguiar and Bloodlines,
    James Berry and Fractured Circles,
    Amryl Johnson and Long Road to Nowhere,
    Aminata Forna and Ancestor Shoes,
    David Dabydeen and Coolie Odyssey,
    Caryl Phillips and A State of Indepenence,
    Beryl Gilroy and Black Teacher,
    Bernadine Evaristo and The Emperor’s Babe,
    Sam Selvon and The Lonely Londoners,
    Mike Phillips and Boyz ‘n’ the ‘Hood,
    Courttia Newland and Snakeskin.

  9. First Caine Prize won by Leila Aboulela, in 2000, for ‘The Museum.’

  10. Jean Binta Breeze

  11. Faber. Isis Publishing.

  12. Bristol. Liverpool. Manchester.