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British-Nigerian Erotica Writer Kiru Taye Opens Up About the Difficulty of Finding an Audience

When we take the likes of Chimamanda Adichie as the model of authorship, achieving success in writing can appear effortless. For the vast majority of writers, especially writers working on Africa-related narratives, things are a bit less seamless. Undergoing the challenges of writing a book, hiring an editor to clean it up, and getting the […]

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My Lover is an Alien | by Kiru Taye | African Fan-fiction Erotica

I hope you enjoy the third edition of Brittle Paper’s African fan-fiction erotica. Every February right around Valentine’s Day, I join forces with UK-based erotica writer Kiru Taye to rewrite an iconic African novel as a steamy love story, featuring very explicit sexual encounters. The first year was a love tryst between Okonkwo and his third […]

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Lunch with Ifemelu | Americanah Fan Fiction Erotica | by Kiru Taye

A little Valentine’s Day gift to our readers! A fan fiction erotica of Chimamanda Adichie’s block buster novel about the feisty Ifemelu and her love affair with Obinze. Enjoy! Obinze sat in a darkened corner of the restaurant, his gaze flitting between his wristwatch and the entrance. An elegantly dressed couple stepped in and waited […]

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Madame Kiru’s Boudoir | A Selection of African Romance Novels by Kiru Taye

  If you read only mainstream African novelists like Adichie, Selasi, and company, chances are that you’re entirely unaware of a thriving African indie romance scene. At the center of this scene is Kiru Taye, a London-based Nigerian novelist specialized in romance fiction of all kinds—historical, paranormal, exotic. I approached Taye sometime last year about writing a […]

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Achebe’s Things Fall Apart Fan-Fiction Erotica | Thighs Fell Apart by Kiru Taye | Brittle Paper Exclusive

A few day ago, I made everyone who read {THIS} think about what Okonkwo was like in bed. Since I didn’t want to leave anyone in the unfulfilling world of fantasy, I asked Kiru Taye, Nigeria’s queen of erotica, to take you into Okonkwo’s bedroom so you can see for yourself. If you are a […]

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Oyinkan Braithwaite Wins the 2019 Anthony Award for Best First Novel

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Nigerian author Oyinkan Braithwaite has won the 2019 Anthony Award for her debut novel My Sister, the Serial Killer. Braithwaite […]

Winners of the 2019 Nommo Awards

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On October 25, the African Speculative Fiction Society (ASFS) announced the winners of the 2019 Nommo Awards. The award announcement […]

Editor’s Note | 20.35 Africa: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, Volume II | Ebenezer Agu

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READ: 20.35 Africa: An Anthology of Contemporary African Poetry, Volume 2 In producing this anthology, there were challenges we had […]

Bibi Bakare-Yusuf, Sarah Ladipo Manyika, Olumide Popoola, Mukoma wa Ngugi at Stimmen Afrikas Literaturfestival in Cologne, Germany

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From November 6 to November 9 2019, 33 guests from 19 countries, including several notable African authors, scholars, other individuals […]

Romeo Oriogun’s Debut Poetry Collection, Sacrament of Bodies, an Interrogation of Queerness, Masculinity & Nigerianness, Now Available for Pre-order

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In 2018, the Nigerian poet Romeo Oriogun was named an Institute of International Education Artist Protection Fund Fellow and a […]

20.35 Africa | Momtaza Mehri, Megan Ross, Nadra Mabrouk, Saddiq Dzukogi Featured in Forthcoming Volume II, Guest-Edited by Yasmin Belkhyr & Kayo Chingonyi

READ: 20.35 Africa: An Anthology of Contemporary African Poetry, Volume 2 Earlier this year, we announced a call for submissions […]

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