Norma Gregory has written and published many articles and academic papers over the years concerning her topics of interest being: black British literary and social history, early narratives of the African diaspora with links to Britain, black British writers and personalities, black history in Nottingham, the Midlands and UK, black feminist theology and literature as well as producing community heritage news from diverse communities in Nottingham.
Examples of published books include:
Crooked Carousel: Selected Poetry (Nottingham News Centre Publishing, 2016), reflecting the challenges and achievements of Black British womanist experiences and desires embedded within displaced British cultural, religious and postmodern contexts.
Jamaicans in Nottingham, Narratives and Reflections (Hansib Publications, 2015) has enabled Norma to share her oral history research gathered from pioneering Jamaicans in Nottingham with local, national and international audiences.
She is committed to community development (on personal and professional levels) and an advocate for equality and inclusion through education and publishing.
See full list at: www.normagregory.com/profile