Hannah Pool was born in Eritrea in 1974. She was adopted from an orphanage in Asmara (the capital of Eritrea) by a white couple - the wife was American, husband was British - and grew up in Manchester, England. Best known for her column “The New Black” in The Guardian, she is currently a feature writer at The Guardian newspaper. This is her first book. Hannah now lives in London.
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