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Panashe Chigumadzi’s Book & Essay Tour Dates for Germany & the Netherlands 

Panashe Chigumadzi has announced the dates for her book and essay tour in Germany and the Netherlands. The Zimbabwean-South African author of These Bones Will Rise Again (The Indigo Press, 2018), an account of the Zimbabwean people’s revolt against Robert Mugabe, and of, most recently, the talked-about essay “Why I’m No Longer Talking to Nigerians About […]

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Namwali Serpell Announces 26 Dates for The Old Drift Book Tour

Namwali Serpell has announced a number book events in the US, the UK, Germany, and Zambia. The Zambian-American writer is fast becoming the toast of the literary world. Her debut novel, Old Drift, was published on March 26, and the buzz around the book is gaining some serious momentum. Apparently, Salman Rushdie loves it so […]

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Attend Narrative Landscape Press and Page & Palette’s Abuja Book Events for Oyinkan Braithwaite’s My Sister, the Serial Killer

Publishing company Narrative Landscape Press and book promoter Page & Palette will be organizing two events around Oyinkan Braithwaite’s hot new novel My Sister, the Serial Killer in Abuja. The novel is published in Nigeria by Narrative Landscape Press. The events—a book reading and signing at The Cafe NG on February 1 and a Brunch and […]

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Always Another Country | Sisonke Msimang’s North America Book Tour

Last October, Sisonke Msimang’s debut memoir Always Another Country was published by Jonathan Ball Publishers in South Africa. The account of her “exile childhood in Zambia and Kenya, young adulthood and college years in North America, and returning to South Africa in the euphoric 1990s” has drawn resonant praise. Baileys Prize-longlisted novelist Yewande Omotoso called it “a […]

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#Valentine’sDay | Which Book Character Are You in Love With? 17 Writers Tell Us

Brittle Paper's Top 15 Debut Books of 2019

Writers love to write about love. Even in the fabric of fundamentally political books are scintillating love stories. These love […]

Professor Taban Lo Liyong Suspended by University of Juba Over Open Letter on South Sudanese States’ Boundaries

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The prominent South Sudanese academic and writer Taban Lo Liyong has been suspended without pay by the University of Juba, […]

Attend SBMEN’s Workshop: Developing an Editor’s Mindset | 22-23 February 2020

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PRESS RELEASE: SBMEN Announces Its First Editing Workshop for Editors and Writers This February 2020 Lagos, 14 February 2020 — […]

“He was the most generous writer of his generation”: Pwaangulongii Dauod on Binyavanga’s Passion & Love

Binyavanga Wainaina by Victor Dlamini

The great Binyavanga Wainaina passed on in May 2019 at the age of 48. He may have left behind just […]

Enter for Boston Review’s (Free) 2020 Short Story & Poetry Contests Worth $1,000 & Publication

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The US-based magazine Boston Review has announced short story and poetry contests, each worth $1,000 and publication, both based on “a […]

Tochi Onyebuchi Talks New Book, Riot Baby, on Trevor Noah’s The Daily Show

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The Nigerian novelist Tochi Onyebuchi was on Trevor Noah’s The Daily Show to discuss his new YA book Riot Baby. […]

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