PLUS Arlo Parks, Zanele Muholi, Randa Jarrar and our Black queer travel guide
BY DIVA STAFF
We’re thrilled to have soul singer Heather Small lighting up the cover of DIVA this month. In an exclusive interview, the voice of M People shares her thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement and her favourite Pride memories, and spills some very exciting news to publisher Linda Riley.
Also in this special issue, guest edited by the incredible Phyll Opoku-Gyimah…
Arlo Parks: “I want people to see their own stories in what I’m saying”
From A Place Of Love: Celebrating the work of Zanele Muholi
Randa Jarrar on claiming joy as a fat, queer, muslim Arab American
Forgotten voices: Remembering the Black queer women who paved the way this LGBT History Month
Bessie Smith: “A lifelong friend, my beautiful friend, my brave heart-throb, my paragon of virtue”
Black Queer Travel Guide
PLUS: Erotic poetry, Drag Race and much, much more!
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