Pulitzer-prize winning author’s comments that ‘the default position of reading and writing … was white, straight and male’ are backed by writers including Aminatta Forna and Daljit Nagra: The Guardian

Pulitzer prize winner Junot Díaz’s blistering attack on the “unbearable too-whiteness” of creative writing courses in the US has been echoed by experts in the UK, with author and professor Aminatta Forna pointing to a “backlash” as the “centre in literature begins to shift away from the Anglo-American writer towards writers with different backgrounds”.