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Jalada Mobile Festival: Q&A with Moses Kilolo

The Jalada Mobile Literary and Arts Festival, first of its kind in the continent, took place in five African countries from 3rd - 31st...
In Conversation with Brunel Poetry Prize Shortlist

Conversations with BRUNEL POETRY PRIZE SHORTLIST

Introduction  The idea to interview the 2017 Brunel International African Poetry Prize shortlists, and to package the interviews in one collective ebook came from an...
Lidudumalingani

Conversations: Jennifer Chinenye Emelife and Lidudumalingani

Lidudumalingani describes himself as a village child who now lives in the city. When he was younger he thought he would be a radio...

“Art is free to be purposeless”

"Art is free to be purposeless" - A conversation with JK Anowe, by Chibuihe-Light Obi JK Anowe is human, a 2015 recipient of the Festus...

#Babishai Poetry Festival Guest Interview: Roxanna Aliba Kazibwe

Roxannna Aliba Kazibwe is a Christian, an author, published poet and entrepreneur.   Roxanna, your poetry collection, “My Love is not Afraid,” is a creative narrative...

#Babishai Poetry Festival Guest Interview: Roxanna Aliba Kazibwe

Roxannna Aliba Kazibwe is a Christian, an author, published poet and entrepreneur.   Roxanna, your poetry collection, “My Love is not Afraid,” is a creative narrative...

#Babishai2016 Poetry Festival Guest Interview: Adjei Agyei-Baah

Adjei Agyei-Baah is the co-founder of the Africa Haiku Network, editor of Mamba Journal on Haikus, judge of the #Babishai2016 Babishaiku Competition and guest...

#Babishai2016 Poetry Festival Guest Interview: Paul Kisakye

Paul Kisakye is an unapologetic Christian and author of recently published book, Prodigal Love: Embracing God’s Outrageous, Unconditional Love. He is consistent in his...
Cassava Republic Press

On Publishing Business in Africa: Emma Shercliff

After speaking to seven publishers, it is safe to conclude that there are four hurdles publishers and writers in Africa need to cross to...
Moran Publishers

On Publishing Business in Africa: Crystal Rutangye

Crystal Rutangye has an MLitt in Publishing Studies from the University of Stirling in Scotland, UK. A freelance editor, she has also worked with...
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