This was a strong collection of short stories centered around a female character living in or immigrating from an African country. There are some common themes and experiences among some of the stories, but each also serves to highlight a different perspective within the African diaspora and among immigrant voices. Many of the stories were eye-opening, some were heartbreaking, others were uplifting, all gave me as the reader a lot to think about. I can imagine that even reading a few of these stories would spark discussions in classrooms and in book groups. It's fabulous to see greater diversity in the stories that are published and this set of stories is an important addition to add layers and nuance in mainstream societal perceptions of the immigrant experience especially the African immigrant perspective. Looking forward to seeing more from Munashe Kaseke and Mukana Press!