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Opportunity for African Interviewers | Submit to Africa in Dialogue

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The interview magazine, Africa in Dialogue, has made a call for submissions for its first issue, which will be guest-edited by the novelist and Saraba co-founder Immanuel Iduma. The interviews could be with “poets, spoken words artists, short story writers, novelists, journalists, screenwriters, filmmakers, bloggers, songwriters, music composers, painters, visual artists, comic writers, illustrators and […]

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On Homophobic Bills and Expected Invisibility from Queer People | Interview with Dilman Dila, 2017 Gerald Kraak Award Finalist

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Africa in Dialogue published an e-book of interviews with the twelve writers and photographers shortlisted for the Gerald Kraak Award. The interviews were conducted by their editor, Gaamangwe Joy Mogami. We are republishing some of them. * Dilman Dila is a writer, film maker and a social activist from Uganda. He is the author of Cranes Crest […]

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On Cultural Constraints on Human Rights | Interview with Farah Ahamed, Winner of the 2017 Gerald Kraak Award

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Days ago, we announced that Africa in Dialogue has published an e-book of interviews with the twelve writers and photographers shortlisted for the Gerald Kraak Award. The interviews were conducted by their editor, Gaamangwe Joy Mogami. We are republishing some of them. * Farah Ahamed is a short fiction writer. Her stories have been published […]

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Africa in Dialogue Publishes e-Book of Gerald Kraak Award Interviews

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Gaamangwe Mogami, editor of Africa in Dialogue, has curated interviews with the twelve writers and photographers shortlisted for the 2017 Gerald Kraak Award. The interviews—with Farah Ahamed, Beyers de Vos, Sindiswa Busuku-Mathese, Dilman Dila, Justin Dingwall, Amatesiro Dore, Tania Haberland, Julia Hango, Dean Hutton, Otosirieze Obi-Young, Olakunle Ologunro, Ayodele Sogunro and Sarah Waiswa—are collected in an e-book titled Africa in Dialogue Interviews Gerald Kraak Award 2017 Shortlist. DOWNLOAD: Africa in […]

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On Crude Language and Coming Out | Interview with Sahro Ali, 2017 Brunel Prize Shortlistee | Africa in Dialogue

Weeks ago, we announced that Africa in Dialogue has published an e-book of interviews with the ten poets shortlisted for the 2017 Brunel Poetry Prize. The interviews were conducted by the Website’s editor, Gaamangwe Joy Mogami, and were published in collaboration with Praxis Magazine. We are republishing a few of them. * Sahro Ali is a Somali-Australian poet whose […]

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#CainePrize2017 | On Urban Myths and Sibling Love | Interview with Chikodili Emelumadu | Africa in Dialogue

Africa in Dialogue has collected interviews with the five authors shortlisted for the 2017 Caine Prize in an e-book. The prize was won by Sudan’s Bushra al-Fadil. The interviews were all conducted by the magazine’s editor, Gaamangwe Joy Mogami. We are republishing select interviews from the e-book. * Nigeria’s Chikodili Emelumadu was shortlisted for “Bush Baby,” published in African Monsters, […]

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#CainePrize2017 | On Motherhood, Class and Fabulist Fiction | Interview with Lesley Nneka Arimah

Africa in Dialogue has collected interviews with the five authors shortlisted for the 2017 Caine Prize in an e-book. The interviews were all conducted by the magazine’s editor, Gaamangwe Joy Mogami. We are republishing select interviews from the e-book. * Nigeria’s Lesley Nneka Arimah is shortlisted for “Who Will Greet You At Home,” published in […]

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#CainePrize2017 | On South African History and Why Language is Primal | Interview with Magogodi Makhene

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Africa in Dialogue has collected interviews with the five authors shortlisted for the 2017 Caine Prize in an e-book. The interviews were all conducted by the magazine’s editor, Gaamangwe Joy Mogami. We are republishing select interviews from the e-book. * South Africa’s Magogodi oaMphela Makhene is shortlisted for “The Virus,” published in The Harvard Review […]

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I hold a doctorate in English from Duke University and recently joined the Marquette University English faculty as an Assistant Professor. I love teaching African fiction and contemporary British novels. Brittle Paper is the virtual space/station where I play and experiment with ideas on how to reinvent African fiction and literary culture.

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The 2017 Writivism Short Story Prize Goes to Nigeria’s Munachim Amah

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The Writivism Short Story Prize has gone to Nigeria’s Munachim Amah. He won for his short story, “Stolen Pieces.” He will […]

First Photos from the 2017 Writivism Festival

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The 2017 Writivism Festival just wrapped up in Kampala. It was held from 17 to 20 August. An initiative of […]

The Fall of the Gods | Chapter 1: ọ̀kan | Anthony Azekwoh | #TFOG

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  Ẹni tó ńbẹ̀rù àti ṣubú, àti dìde á nira fún un. Whoever is scared of falling, would find it […]

Wana Udobang’s Sophomore Poetry Album is a Sonic Book of Memories

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Wana Udobang, popularly known as WanaWana, is no stranger to the Brittle Paper community. We’ve read her poetry, enjoyed her […]

Opportunity for African Writers | Submit to The Bare Life Review

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The Bare Life Review is a biannual literary journal that gives publishing opportunity exclusively to immigrant and refugee authors. They are […]

I Hear a Few More Things When Bob Dylan Says ‘a Hard Rain’s a-gonna Fall’ | Chisom Okafor | Poetry

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My father plays a song aloud on Sundays, that begins with ‘Where’ve you been my blue-eyed girl?’ We scream on […]