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For me, skoliogeography has been about finding the marvelous – even the miraculous – in the mundane. The world is suffused with wonder and skoliogeography has been my way of seeking that out and sharing it with others. This practice emerged over several years – more accurately, over a lifetime – and it remains a porous, shifting dance of intention and surprise.
We’re so proud of everyone involved in the creation of the five incredible titles we’ve published this year – so much so that we thought we ought to look back over our books and a few of our favourite highlights from 2022.
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Sarah Ladipo Manyika, recently named one of the 100 Most Influential Africans, is the British-American-Nigerian author of In Dependence and Between Starshine and Clay. In her own words, here are her top recommendations for books you need to pick up in February 2023 and beyond.