Margaret Busby was the UK’s youngest and first Black woman publisher when she co-founded the publishing house Allison and Busby in 1967. Her milestone anthology Daughters of Africa, which showcased a wide range of writing from the black female perspective, was published in 1992. Now, more than a quarter of a decade later, she published an expanded version: New Daughters of Africa - spanning more than 200 writers. A German version of the book has also been released (Neue Töchter Afrikas - Unrast Verlag, Münster, 2023.).