All works by Nailah King

Nailah King

Nailah King is a writer whose work explores racism, discrimination, identity, and her Caribbean heritage. She is also a member of the Room Magazine editorial collective. She was the co-editor of Room’s first Women of Colour issue. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Feels Zine, Word and Colour, GUTS and The Humber Literary Review.

The Decentres

Marlowe is searching for her twin brother, Hugo. Ten years ago, they were kidnapped from their home planet, an all-black commune in space, and separated. Marlowe was left in an all-white suburb on Earth, but she's not alone. Together with...