The power of words. Ben Okri, Rachel Clarke and Halyna Kruk in conversation supported by BOOK AID.

Three writers, Ben Okri, a Nigerian-born British poet and novelist considered one of the foremost African authors in the post-modern and post-colonial traditions: Rachel Clarke a British palliative care doctor and writer and formerly a current affairs journalist and Halyna Kruk a Ukrainian writer, translator, educator and literary critic speaks to Olesia Khromeychuk about the power of books and writing. The power of books is extraordinary, as they have the ability to shape thoughts, emotions, and actions. They will discuss these powers in conflicted times. In collaboration with Book Aid