Colin Grant



The New York Review of Books


Britain's Debt to the Windrush Generation, 24 April 2018


Enoch, Bageye and Me, 4 April 2018


Peter Fryer and 'Thinking Black', 27 September 2018


The Guardian


The day I went looking for Bageye, 21 April 2012


As a child I plotted my father's murder, 26 September 2015


Marlon James's Booker win celebrated by Jamaican authors, 16 October 2015


'I willed him to wake up': epilepsy in art-and in life, 13 August 2016


Five books about the Windrush generation, 25 April 2018


Windrush Tales, 23 July 2018


V.S.Naipaul, 18 August 2018


We're still living with slavery, 23 March 2019


Get Up, Stand Up Now, 2 June 2019


The Telegraph


My brother died from epilepsy.  I wish he and I had understood the dangers, 22 August 2016




I&I: The natural mystics, Prologue: No Country for Old Men, 25 June 2010


Graft vs Host, 31 August 2012


Barnby Dun, 14 December 2015


The binoculars of Jah, 21 December 2016


The recall of Herman Harcourt, 3 August 2017


I’m black so you don’t have to be,  30 October 2018


BBC Ariel


Removing racist words neuters the past, 14 May 2014




Beyond the Legend-Marley & The Wailers


Huff Post


Dudus vs Usain Bolt




The Racial Aesthetics of Suffering


A Personal History of the Stop and Search laws




How Jamaican reggae decolonised Britain,  6 November 2018




Is Obama Channeling Marcus Garvey?


Invisible Man: Garvey or Obama