1 Publications from Karnak House an Imprint of Karnak House

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Karnak House was incarnated in 1975 as Caribbean Cultural International, an organization of writers and artists coming together to create a new platform for the work of Caribbean and Black British writers and artists in Britain. The work was directed to art exhibitions (including photography), poetry readings and lectures.

Because of the nature of London, CCI decided to embrace the African community and changed its name to Karnak House, with its base on Westbourne Park Road, Notting Hill, since 1977.