For Sizakele



For Sizakele Taylor, a queer Nigerian college student, is in a passionate relationship with Lee, a black American basketball playing pianist When Taylor develops romantic feelings for Sy, a Cameroonian photographer whose similarities make them instant family, Taylor battles Lee s jealousy As Taylor encounters challenges to her femme and African identities, she finds ways, through the kinship of her friends, to define herself on her own terms For Sizakele addresses transcontinental identity, intimate partner violence, queer gender and how we love as illuminators of who we are. New Download Books For Sizakele by Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 254 pages
  • For Sizakele
  • Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene
  • English
  • 24 January 2018
  • 0989940519

10 thoughts on “For Sizakele

  1. Shira Glassman says:

    The prose in For Sizakele is luscious yet easy to follow, and I read the entire book in one day because the characters captivated me so much This is a book that glows with not only the author s culture but also queer identity and love of African African diaspora women.The MC, Taylor, is a Nigerian American student passionately devoted to her activism She recites stirring poetry about identity at local events and brings social justice speakers to her community to inspire others She knows who s The prose in For Sizakele is luscious yet easy to follow, and I read the entire book in one day because the characters captivated me so much This is a book that gl...

  2. l. says:

    I was prepared to love this novel but I have some issues with its depiction of the butch lesbian character 1 there is nothing terrible or discriminatory about wanting dyke to be a lesbian exclusive term I personally do not mind it when bi women who are not in relationships with men call themselves dykes but there is nothing biphobic re lesbians having different feelings re the reclamation of this slur.2 butch women do have a harder time than femme women i m not butch or femme, but this i I was prepared to love this novel but I have some issues with its depiction of the butch lesbian character 1 there is nothing terrible or discriminatory about wanting dyke to be a lesbian exclusive term I personally do not mind it when bi women who are not in relationships with men call themselves dykes but there is ...

  3. Umber Ghauri says:

    I read this book in two sittings Easily could have in one but I TRIED to savour it It s a book that finds, in one sentence, a way to pull out a deeper part of you And it does it with a sharp, but lush style How can language be so textured and beautiful while also feeling so comfortable in your mind s voice This is a work of true genius This kind of writing is painstakingly crafted but flows easy like water for the reader I m reading it again because I can t remember the most beautiful phr I read this book in two sittings Easily could have in one but I TRIED to savour it It s a book that finds, in one sentence, a way to pull out a deeper part of you And it does it with a sharp, but lush style How can language be so textured and beautiful while also feeling so comfortable in your mind s voice This is a work of true genius...

  4. Rena says:

    Deep, painful love storybut worth every word.

  5. Julie says:

    Lisa Moore has done it again published a wonderful book that expands our sense of what is possible in the world For Sizakele is a wonderful love story about young African American women with healthy doses of politics,...

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