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Nnedi Okorafor, Tomi Adeyemi, Tiah Beautement, Tendai Huchu, Imraan Coovadia Make 28-Strong Shortlists for $3,000 Nommo Awards

The shortlists for the 2019 Nommo Awards for Speculative Fiction by Africans have been announced. This comes weeks after the longlists were released. The $3,000 Nommo Awards, founded in 2016 by the African Speculative Fiction Society (ASFS), recognise the finest fantasy or science fiction works by Africans published in the preceding year. The ASFS is […]

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Nozizwe Cynthia Jele, Nthikeng Mohlele, Imraan Coovadia Lead Diverse Longlist for Sunday Times’ Barry Ronge Fiction Prize

Sunday Times newspaper has announced the longlists for the Alan Paton Award and the Barry Ronge Fiction Prize. Founded in 2000, the Barry Ronge Fiction Prize, named after the arts commentator Barry Ronge, honours novels of “rare imagination and style, a tale so compelling as to become an enduring landmark of contemporary fiction.” THE LONGLIST […]

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Imraan Coovadia’s New Novel Is About a Time-traveling Spy Agent

South Africa’s Imraan Coovadia has answered all our prayers for new, exciting African fiction. His latest offering blends spy fiction and sci-fi! The book is titled A Spy in Time and tells the story of a time-traveling spy. In the story, Johannesburg is the center of a post-apocalyptic world. The main character is a spy […]

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Interview | Laura Murphy of Modern African Writers Series Talks African Publishing | by Ainehi Edoro

Welcome to our weekly interview session. This week, we are featuring a chat with literature professor Laura Murphy who is the series editor for the Modern African Writers series. It is rare to meet someone who both studies and publishes African fiction, which is why I’m so excited to share our very illuminating conversation about contemporary […]

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Ellah Wakatama Allfrey Joins Canongate as Editor-at-Large for Fiction

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Ellah Wakatama Allfrey has joined UK publishing house Canongate as editor-at-large for fiction. This is the powerfully influential editor and […]

Event | Huza Press & Goethe-Institut to Host Launch & Reading of Billy Kahora’s New Short Story Collection in Kigali

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Billy Kahora, editor of Kwani? and creative writing lecturer at the University of Bristol, will have his short story collection […]

For Pride Month, The Cheeky Natives Is Sharing Videos of Queer Authors Reading from Their Works

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Every June is Pride Month: that time of the year when queer people celebrate their very existence in a way […]

Photos from Bakwa Reading Series No. 3 in Yaounde, with Billy Kahora, Edwige Dro, & Florian Ngimbis

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The Bakwa Reading Series, organised by Bakwa Magazine editor Dzekashu MacViban, is a public event featuring writers, translators and editors, […]

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

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Panashe Chigumadzi has announced the dates for her book and essay tour in Germany and the Netherlands. The Zimbabwean-South African author […]

Binyavanga the Unconventional | Norbert Odero

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I did not first experience Binyavanga the way I had wished to. I did so like a thief. I was […]

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