In this podcast the publisher Ellah Wakatama Allfrey talks with Sulaiman Addonia, who was born in Eritrea. He recently published his book ‘Silence is my mother tongue’. This book is part of the discussion but also other topics emerge. Advertisements
He cycles with his son. What a peaceful image in the streets of Brussels, the capital of Belgium. Riding a bicycle or riding a donkey. Belgium and Eritrea. What could be the difference? What could be the joke? Is is hard to tell about a world that is so different to the world of his … Continue reading Murder, migration and mother love:
His story is an extraordinary one. Sulaiman was born in Eritrea, he ended up in a refugee camp in Sudan and somehow managed to get to Britain without knowing the language. Now he is an established writer. He was interviewed at the BBB radio program MEET THE WRITERS.