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JamesMurua.com introduces an exciting new project called The African Author Google Hangout. The idea is to connect fans of African literature with their favorite African authors, using Google Hangout.

The first session is on crime fiction and features Richard Crompton, Hawa Golakai, and Kinyanjui Kombani.

See below to learn more about their work.

Date: Thursday 5th June

Time: 11AM GMT

Visit James Murua’s website for more details.

Richard Crompton – The Hour of the Red God/ Hell’s Gate –Official author website and James Murua’s review of The Hour of the Red God.

Crompton, Richard
Hawa Golakai – The Lazarus effect – Official website with publisher and James Murua’s review of her book.

Golakai, Hawa
Kinyanjui Kombani – The Last Villains of Molo/ Den Inequities –Official author website and James Murua’s review of The Last Villains of Moloand Den of Inequities.

Kombani, Kinyanjui

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Ainehi Edoro is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she teaches African literature. She received her doctorate at Duke University. She is the founder and editor of Brittle Paper and series editor of Ohio University Press’s Modern African Writer’s imprint.

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