Ambrose Musiyiwa facilitates Conversations with Writers, a blog that presents interviews with writers, publishers and literary activists, and CivicLeicester, a community media channel that uses the arts and social media platforms to highlight conversations taking place in and around Leicester.



Leicester 2084 AD: New Poems about The City (CivicLeicester, 2018). Editor
Welcome to Leicester: Poems about the City (Dahlia Publishing, 2016). Co-editor with Emma Lee

Poetry [Pamphlets]

The Gospel According to Bobba
The Gospel According to Sheila
The Gospel According to Carol

Short Stories

● "Danfo Driver", Writing Free, Weaver Press, Harare, 2011
● "The Bracelet", Conversations with Writers, 17 February 2010
● "Two Dreams", Tripod: The magazine for new writing from the Literature Network, Issue 2, Summer 2007
● "Living on Promises and Credit", Writing Now, Weaver Press, Harare, 2005
● "Diary of an Asylum Seeker" [A work in progress]


● Dr Maria Rovisco and Ambrose Musiyiwa, "The role of the arts in promoting a culture of human rights", RSA blog, 7 March 2019
● Emma Lee and Ambrose Musiyiwa, "Journeys in Translation", British Council blog, 19 July 2017
● Maddalena Tacchetti, Mirjam A. Twigt, Ambrose Musiyiwa and Sandra Kaulfuss, "Für gemeinsame öffentliche Räume", izw3, Jan/Feb 2016

Journalism [Samples]

● "An Abhorrent Form of Censorship", World Press Review, 29 July 2008
● "Saddam Hussein's Execution is a War Crime", World Press Review, 31 December 2006
● "Refugees, Uncertainty and the Absence of Control", World Press Review, 3 November 2006
● "Child Trafficking in the UK", OhmyNews International, 25 July 2006
● "Britain Undermining Rights of Foreign Prisoners", World Press Review, 6 May 2006

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