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Africa in Dialogue Publishes Interview e-Book with 2017 Brittle Paper Awards Winners: Sisonke Msimang, Hawa Golakai, JK Anowe, Megan Ross, Chibuihe Achimba

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Leading interview magazine Africa in Dialogue has published an e-book of interviews with the winners of the 2017 Brittle Paper Awards. The conversations were conducted by the gifted conversationalist and Africa in Dialogue founder Gaamangwe Joy Mogami. Founded in 2016, Africa in Dialogue has become a library of profundity with its wide-ranging conversations with artists and thinkers […]

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The 2018 Brittle Paper Award for Essays & Think Pieces: Meet the 7 Finalists

The shortlists for the 2018 Brittle Paper Awards were announced in October. Begun in 2017 to mark our seventh anniversary, the Awards aim to recognize the finest, original pieces of writing by Africans published online. The $1,100 prize is split across five categories: the Brittle Paper Award for Fiction ($200), the Brittle Paper Award for Poetry ($200), the Brittle Paper Award for Creative Nonfiction ($200), the Brittle Paper Award […]

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The 2018 Brittle Paper Awards: Announcing the Shortlists

We are delighted to announce the shortlists for the 2018 Brittle Paper Awards. Begun in 2017 to mark our seventh anniversary, the Awards aim to recognize the finest, original pieces of writing by Africans published online. The $1,100 cash prize is split across five categories: the Brittle Paper Award for Fiction ($200), the Brittle Paper Award […]

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Africa In Dialogue’s Visually Appealing First Issue Is Out

Africa in Dialogue‘s hotly anticipated first issue just dropped, and it is a visually appealing one. The colourful 55-page release collects eleven revealing interviews of writers, filmmakers and artists conducted by writers, filmmakers and artists. DOWNLOAD: Africa in Dialogue – First Issue Guest-edited by Saraba co-founder and author of The Sound of Things to Come, […]

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Nii Ayikwei Parkes Is the Cover Star for Africa in Dialogue’s Hotly Anticipated First Issue

The hotly anticipated first issue of the interview magazine Africa in Dialogue has a cover star: Nii Ayikwei Parkes. Parkes, that Ghanaian writer with gorgeous dreadlocks who chaired this year’s Caine Prize judging panel, is the author of the novel Tail of the Blue Bird (2009), which was shortlisted for the 2010 Commonwealth Prize for Best First […]

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On Gender-Fluidity | Interview with Munachim Amah, Winner of the 2017 Writivism Short Story Prize

Weeks ago, we announced that Africa in Dialogue published an e-book of interviews with the eight writers shortlisted for the 2017 Writivism Short Story Prize and the 2017 Kofi Addo Nonfiction Prize. The interviews were conducted by the Website’s editor, Gaamangwe Joy Mogami. We are republishing a few of them. Download: Africa in Dialogue Interviews with Writivism Prizes […]

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On Reclaiming Memory | Interview with Kechi Nomu, 2017 Brunel Prize Finalist

Africa in Dialogue 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. DOWNLOAD: Africa in Dialogue Interviews the Brunel Prize Shortlist Kechi Nomu was born in 1987. […]

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Opportunity for African Interviewers | Submit to Africa in Dialogue

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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Africa in Dialogue Publishes Interview e-Book with 2017 Brittle Paper Awards Winners: Sisonke Msimang, Hawa Golakai, JK Anowe, Megan Ross, Chibuihe Achimba

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Leading interview magazine Africa in Dialogue has published an e-book of interviews with the winners of the 2017 Brittle Paper Awards. […]

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