Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Essays

Essay publications by Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature.

“Blood In My Eye: The Poetics of Trauma and Memory” by...

To paraphrase, James Baldwin said that to be Black in this country is to be in a rage all...

Writers and Literary Workshops in Africa: Darla Rudakubana

Praxis Magazine is publishing a series of short essays from African writers on their experiences and opinions on writing workshops. Enjoy this feature from...

“I Was Born Twice” by Deoye Falade

I Was Born Twice by Deoye Falade   The second birth is not what you’d readily guess as it wasn’t when I was baptised, with the priest...
Redefining Africa for Africans

Redefining Africa for Africans: Journey to an African Africa

Redefining Africa for Africans: Journey to an African Africa “European (colonial) memory sprouts on the graveyard of African memory.” - NgugiWaThiong’o (Re-membering Visions) “...the question of...
Edwardsville by Heart

‘Outside, the trees heaved yellow leaves across the sky’: Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún’s...

The speaker in Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún’s Edwardsville by Heart acknowledges his initiation into a rite of passage from the first poem in the collection, with...
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