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Photos from Goethe-Institut’s Launch of Saraba & Bakwa Magazines’ Nonfiction Anthology, Limbe to Lagos

Limbe to Lagos: Nonfiction from Cameroon and Nigeria, the anthology collaboration by the Nigeria-based Saraba and the Cameroon-based Bakwa, was recently launched in Lagos. The anthology, edited by Bakwa founding editor Dzekashu MacViban and Saraba founding editors Dami Ajayi and Emmanuel Iduma, is a product of the Literary Exchange Project launched with the support of the Goethe-Instituts in Cameroon […]

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Saraba & Bakwa Magazines’ Limbe to Lagos Anthology Features New Nonfiction from Cameroon and Nigeria | How to Buy the Book

In 2017, Goethe-Institut, Saraba and Bakwa announced a Cameroon-Nigeria literary exchange program. The result of the program, “the fruit of a series of workshops and mentorships,” is an anthology by the two magazines: Limbe to Lagos: Nonfiction from Cameroon and Nigeria. Edited by Bakwa founding editor Dzekashu MacViban and Saraba founding editors Dami Ajayi and Emmanuel Iduma, the collection features […]

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Thursday’s Children: 11 Contributors to Forthcoming Anthology Discuss Experimentation and the Nature of Creative Nonfiction

Thursday’s Children is a forthcoming anthology of personal essays. Co-edited by Adams Adeosun and Bello Damilare, it comes with an introduction by Kola Tubosun, and features fourteen writers, including its editors: Frances Ogamba, Timi Agboola Israel, Andanje Wobanda, Fareeda Abdulkareem, Atanda Obatolu, IfeOluwa Nihinlola, Munachim Amah, Kanyinsola Olorunnisola, Moyosore Orimoloye, Afope Ojo, Innocent Chizaram Ilo, and Ope […]

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Awele Creative Trust Award Releases 2017 Shortlist

A six-name shortlist has been announced for the 2017 Awele Creative Trust Award, following a four-month period of deliberation. Now in its fourth year, the N50,000 Awele Creative Trust Award is an annual contest dedicated to celebrating short fiction from Nigeria. The award is organised by Awele Creative Trust, an initiative founded by Chika Unigwe, author of […]

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A Mosaic of Torn Places | Read the New Diverse Anthology of Young Nigerian Writers

A Mosaic of Torn Places, the latest anthology of young writers out of Nigeria, collects ten stories of poignant diversity. In one of the anthology’s highlights, a Milton-loving seafarer embarks on a journey home only, after what seems a harmless indulgence with a stranger’s baby, to meet his end in mob justice. In another, a […]

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Bernardine Evaristo, Chigozie Obioma, & Oyinkan Braithwaite Make 13-Strong Longlist for the 2019 Booker Prize

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The 2019 Booker Prize longlist was announced hours ago, and on it are Bernardine Evaristo for her eighth book Girl, […]

SynCity NG Releases Anniversary Anthology, Introduced by Tendai Huchu, and Announces Prize Winners, Judged by Mukoma wa Ngugi & Leye Adenle

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In celebration of its one-year anniversary, the Nigeria-based African literature blog SynCity NG announced a prize and a call for […]

Ellah Wakatama Allfrey to Lead New Project for Artistic Partnership between University of Manchester and HOME

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As part of their three-year artistic partnership, the University of Manchester and the Manchester-based arts venue HOME have created a […]

ReWrite London Calls for Short Fiction Submissions from Black Women & Women of Colour

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ReWrite, the London-based platform for Black women and women of colour, founded in 2017 by the Congolese-British writer and facilitator […]

Sunday Times Announces Shortlists for South Africa’s Alan Paton Award & Barry Ronge Fiction Prize

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Sunday Times has announced the shortlists for the prestigious South African literary prizes: the Alan Paton Award, in its 30th […]

Patrice Nganang’s When the Plums Are Ripe, the Second in His Historical Fiction Trilogy, Tells the Story of Cameroon’s Forced Entry into World War II

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The Cameroonian writer and Stony Brook literature professor Patrice Nganang, who in 2017 was arrested for criticising the country’s 37-year-ruling […]

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