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African Literary Digest: 79 Notable Pieces of 2017

It isn’t that time of the year when we look back on what happened in it—that time is December, and this is February. But a delay in releasing this list seemed inevitable for a year that, on several levels, saw our literary culture expand. Organisations took groundbreaking steps: in March, Jalada Africa held a 12-city, […]

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Photos | Romeo Oriogun Hosted by Geosi Gyasi’s Korle Gonno Community Library Visiting Writers Series

In November of last year, interviewer and blogger Geosi Gyasi of Geosi Reads hosted Romeo Oriogun, winner of the 2017 Brunel Prize, for the Korle Gonno Community Library Visiting Writers Series in Ghana. Gyasi had previously interviewed Romeo for his blog. The event, which had in attendance students from some secondary schools, featured a reading by […]

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Sunshine | by Geosi Gyasi | An African Poem

Her smile was all sunshine. Meeting her under the shade(less) sunny sun, the day opened out to us, we were barefooted in the sandy sunny desert. A walk along the desert, flies of sand fly into the air, painted in a vision of phantasmagorical mirage, we’re unlikely reachable. The first thing we pounce Upon, a […]

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Ukamaka Olisakwe’s Forthcoming Novel, Ogadinma, Is a Feminist Story Set in ’80s Nigeria

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The Nigerian writer Ukamaka Olisakwe is set to release a new novel. Titled Ogadinma, or Everything Will Be All Right, […]

Resoketswe Manenzhe Wins 2020 Dinaane Debut Fiction Award for Her Novel, Scatterlings

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The 2020 Dinaane Debut Fiction Award has been awarded to the South African writer Resoketswe Manenzhe for her novel Scatterlings. […]

Down River Road, a New Print & Online Magazine Exploring the Alternative in Literature, Music, & Visual Art, Calls for Submissions to Second Issue

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A new Nairobi-based print and online magazine, down river road, is exploring the margins, the shifting centers, and the new […]

Dr Stella Nyanzi Wins Appeal at Ugandan Court, Regains Freedom, But Is Possibly Re-arrested

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Dr Stella Nyanzi is free. The academic, feminist and queer rights advocate has been in prison for criticising Uganda’s long-serving […]

Apply for This Fully-funded Creative Writing Scholarship at the University of East Anglia, Sponsored by the Miles Morland Foundation

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The Miles Morland Foundation African Writers’ Scholarship is currently accepting accepting applications for its 2020 program. It is an initiative […]

Chinelo Okparanta Recalls Her First Teenage Crush

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“I was 16 years old, nearly 17, when a boy first expressed interest in me. Or, maybe it was that […]

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