Coco Khan is a journalist for the Guardian. She is also a regular contributor to the Independent and New York Magazine among others, and is editor-at-large with youth publication, Complex. Her essay, ‘Whose Voice Is It Anyway?: Ethnicity and Authenticity in the Arts’, appeared in Counterculture UK in 2015. Most recently, her short fictional memoir, ‘Flags’, featured in The Good Immigrant (2016), and won individual praise from the Spectator, Vice and the BBC. The piece was subsequently adapted for BBC Radio 4’s Book of the Week. Coco writes a weekly column in the Guardian Weekend. She was born and raised in London.
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