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GoFundMe | Donate to Help Egyptian Writer and Feminist Icon Nawal El Saadawi Undergo Medical Care

The Egyptian writer and feminist icon Nawal El Sadaawi is ill. To foot her medical bills, a GoFundMe appeal was set up on February 13 to raise $20,000. So far, 76 people have responded with donations amounting to $4,780. The author, in Arabic and in English, of sixteen novels, fifteen nonfiction books, nine short story […]

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GoFundMe | Please Donate to Help Logan February Go on Book Tour in the US

Logan February, a young Nigerian poet who has published three books of poetry, is seeking donations for a scheduled book tour in the US beginning in March. The tour, which he is ceaselessly working to make happen, is for the promotion of his newest collection, Mannequin in the Nude, and will take him to Portland, […]

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GoFundMe | Please Donate to Help Get Selves Nonfiction Anthology into Print

The team behind the remarkable e-anthology, Selves: An Afro Anthology of Creative Nonfiction, led by its curator, Basit Jamiu, have launched an ambitious campaign to get the anthology into print. Selves, published by us, is the first in the Afro Anthology Series. Co-edited by Emmanuel Dairo, nonfiction editor at Praxis, and Uzoma Ihejirika, former writer at Bakwa, Selves is introduced by Brittle […]

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Please Donate to Nadifa Mohamed’s GoFundMe for Victims of Mogadishu Terror Attack

Following the terrorist attack in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, which claimed 385 lives, novelist Nadifa Mohamed is leading efforts to raise funds for the survivors. She has teamed up with compatriot Abdi Addow to launch a campaign for funds on GoFundMe. DONATE HERE In an essay in The Guardian UK, “How Many Dead Somalis […]

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Chimurenga’s Broadcast & Book Launch at The New School (NYC) Will Explore African American Participation in & Cultural-Historical Complexity of FESTAC ’77 | 23-25 October

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Press release: Chimurenga at The New School, NYC | 23 -25 October 2019 From 23–25 October 2019, Chimurenga will install its Pan […]

Children of Virtue and Vengeance | Read an Excerpt from the Second Novel in Tomi Adeyemi’s Legacy of Orisha Trilogy

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A few months back, Adeyemi unveiled the cover for Children of Virtue and Vengeance, the second installment in her Legacy […]

Otosirieze Obi-Young Talks Brittle Paper’s Support for Queer Writers in Literary Hub Profile

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Brittle Paper‘s deputy editor Otosirieze Obi-Young was recently profiled on Literary Hub. The October 3 feature is titled “On a […]

Book Review | Cheluchi Onyemelukwe-Onuobia’s The Son of the House | Ikhide Ikheloa

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Triumphant Tales of Many Daughters in Houses of Hurt The smell of last night’s ora soup had clung to the […]

Jude Idada Awarded 2019 NLNG Prize, for Children’s Novel Exploring Sickle Cell Disease

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The Nigerian writer and filmmaker Jude Idada has been awarded the 2019 Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG) Prize for Literature, […]

Bernardine Evaristo: Your Guide to All Eight Books by the Booker Prize Winner

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While better known in the African literary scene as the founder of the massively influential Brunel International African Poetry Prize, […]

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