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Literary Voices from Rwanda : Eva Gara

Literary Voices from Rwanda is a project inspired by The Huza Press Anthology 2015: Versus and other Stories. In this series of interviews featuring...

On Writing about Gender and Winning the Writivism Prize – An...

Munachim Amah, an alumnus of the 2016 Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop facilitated by Chimamanda Ngozi Adicihie, is the 2017 winner of the Writivism Short...

Literary Voices from Rwanda: Jean Claude Muhire

Literary Voices from Rwanda is a project inspired by The Huza Press Anthology 2015: Versus and other Stories. In this series of interviews featuring...

Brittle Paper at 7-Interview with Founder, Ainehi Edoro

Brittle Paper is one of the foremost literary journals in Africa. It marks its seventh year anniversary today, 1st August, 2017 and at Praxis,...

Interview with Ricardo Ortiz: 2017 Caine Prize Judge and Associate Professor...

The Caine Prize for African Writing, in its 18th year, has grown to become the most prestigious award for literary writing by Africans. But...

Interview with 2017 Caine Prize Winner: Bushra al-Fadil

Bushra al-Fadil, at 65, is reportedly the oldest writer to be shortlisted for the Caine Prize for African Writing. He has gone on to...

Caine Prize Interviews: Chikodili Emelumadu

Chikodili Emelumadu is a Nigerian writer, broadcaster and blogger living in London. She has a BA in English language and literature from Nnamdi Azikiwe...

On Translating Bushra al-Fadil’s The Story of the Girl Whose Birds...

Max Shmookler is the translator of 2017 Caine Prize winning short story, The Story of the Girl Whose Birds Flew Away. He is a doctoral...

Q & A with Caine Prize Judge: Nii Ayikwei Parkes

The Caine Prize for African Writing, in its 18th year, has grown to become the most prestigious award for literary writing by Africans. But...

Caine Prize Interviews: Arinze Ifeakandu

Arinze Ifeakandu was born in Kano and studied Literature in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, where he was editor of The Muse No.44. He...
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