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Accord Literary, the Ghana-based Literary Agency, Calls for Submissions of Novel Manuscripts for Young Readers

Accord Literary is a Ghana-based literary agency founded by the UK publisher Sarah Odedina and the Ghanaian publisher Deborah Ahenkorah. They are one of the five African organizations in publishing awarded a $20,000 grant from the African Publishing Innovation Fund for projects that will develop literacy, book accessibility, and the use of African indigenous languages […]

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Deborah Ahenkorah is Inspiring in this Video About African Children’s Literature

We feel so inspired watching Deborah Ahenkorah talk about her passion for African children’s literature. Ahenkorah, for those who do not know, co-founded The Golden Baobab Foundation for Education, a Ghana-based organization focused on providing children-centered content for the African literary market. She is a leading figure in African publishing today because she saw a […]

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Nigerian Software Engineer Invents New Igbo Writing System

Nigerian Software Engineer Invents New Igbo Writing System

Lotanna Igwe-Odunze is a software engineer, artist and writer who developed a new system for Igbo writing called the Ńdébé […]

All About Nsah Mala’s Cameroonian Children’s Book Coming Out in Spring 2021

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A US publishing house for children’s literature POW! Kids Books has acquired worldwide rights, excluding Africa, to Cameroonian poet and […]

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Episode 4 of Prof. Ato Quayson's Vlog

The fourth episode of Professor Ato Quayson’s vlog Critic.Reading.Writing is up! In this week’s episode, the Professor dives into the […]

Namwali Serpell to Join Harvard English Department as Full Professor

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  Namwali Serpell announced on Twitter this week that she will be joining the Harvard English Department as Full Professor […]

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