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It’s been such a hectic week. I can’t wait to have a relaxing weekend. I have family visiting from out of town, so I’m envisioning delicious dinners and great conversations.

Wishing you all a lovely weekend!

Meanwhile, to keep things fun here at Brittle Paper, here are pictures of African novels sourced from Instagram.

Enjoy!

[The owner of each image is indicated in the caption, so feel free to check out their Instagram page or follow them.]

@half_book_and_co

@half_book_and_co

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@zaynabtyty

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@angela.wereko

@wythings

@wythings

@raerae_elle

@raerae_elle

@book_nerd_girll

@book_nerd_girll

@thebookjazz

@thebookjazz

@iam_mztamara

@iam_mztamara

@adoseoflola

@adoseoflola

@koekbrother

@koekbrother

@styledbyafrica

@styledbyafrica

 

 

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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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