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Who Is More Left Than the Other? Growing McCarthyism and Fatima Bhutto’s Unfair Criticism of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie | Tee Ngugi

A year ago, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie found herself in the eye of a Leftwing storm. In an interview about feminism, she had said that transgender women who used to be men did not suffer discrimination to the same extent that women did. Feminists and transgender women were furious. They attacked her for seeming to suggest […]

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WATCH | Hilary Clinton and Chimamanda Adichie in Conversation

Here is the video of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s conversation with Hillary Clinton at the 2018 PEN World Voices Festival, where Clinton had delivered the Arthur Miller Freedom to Write Lecture. Chimamanda’s question as to why Clinton’s Twitter bio led with “wife” sparked controversy among Nigerians—and an astonishingly overenergized one—leading her to write a Facebook post […]

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EVENT | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Hillary Clinton for Conversation at 2018 PEN World Voices Festival

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie will be in conversation with Hillary Clinton at the 2018 PEN World Voices Festival, where Clinton will be delivering the 12th Arthur Miller Freedom to Write Lecture on April 22. Their dialogue—“about the future of women and girls around the world”—will take place after the Lecture, which Adichie herself delivered in 2015. […]

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Chimamanda Adichie: “Because Hillary Clinton Is a Woman, She Is Judged Too Harshly”

With the US election barely days away, Chimamanda Adichie contributes her bit to getting America’s first ever female president elected. Adichie has always been open about her support for Hillary Clinton in this election, but in this piece published in The Atlantic, she makes a clear case in defense of those who love Hillary Clinton. She […]

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Teju Cole’s Essay on The Disposability of Black Lives is Essential Reading for Our Current Moment

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As we mourn the death of George Floyd, whose life was brutally taken by a white police officer in Minneapolis, […]

Lolwe Needs You to Achieve its Goal of Paying Writers

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Lolwe is a literary magazine founded in January 2020 by Kenyan writer and editor Troy Onyango. One of the magazine’s […]

Bernardine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other, Shortlisted for The Orwell Prize for Political Fiction

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Bernardine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other has been shortlisted for The Orwell Prize for Political Fiction. Sponsored by The Orwell Foundation […]

#WeTurnToBooks Returns! Catch Nnedi Okorafor, Kiru Taye, Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, & Ayesha Harruna Attah Live on Instagram

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Hey Brittle Paper readers and followers! We’re excited to announce the second installment of our #WeTurnToBooks series on Instagram Live, […]

Tomi Adeyemi Recommends 5 Books to Escape Into While You’re Social Distancing

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Wondering what’s on Tomi Adeyemi’s quarantine reading list? Adeyemi recently shared five books she is reading (and re-reading) during the […]

All the Scoop on Fiston Mujila’s Forthcoming Novel The Villain’s Dance

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Fiston Mujila’s second novel is set for a September 2020 release by France-based publishing powerhouse Éditions Métailié. It has been […]

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