November 01, 2016
Africa: Writing for Black Sparkle Millennials and Trans Poetess Brings Individuality to the Fore
This month, Africa: Stories in the 55 discusses millennial romance and short story mastery with Nigerian writer Amara Okolo, and we speak with a Matswana transgender poetess and… Read more »
September 27, 2016
South Africa: Novel Green Lion Leaps Off the Page
This month, Africa: Stories in the 55 talks to South African writer Henrietta Rose-Innes about her latest Cape Town-based novel, Green Lion, and the relationship between humans and… Read more »
June 14, 2016
Africa: Author Kevin Eze Speaks On Working Across Genres - and Amalion Publishing, Uniting Africa Through Books
In this month's Africa: Stories in the 55, we speak to a writer and a publisher, both based in Dakar, Senegal. Sulaiman Adebowale is the founder and head of Amalion Publishing, a… Read more »
April 12, 2016
Nigeria: Coming of Age in Northern Nigeria Against a Backdrop of Faith and Violence in "Born On a Tuesday"
In Born on a Tuesday, by Nigerian author Elnathan John, main character Dantala works for an Imam in northern Nigeria, where he experiences friendship and love, while trying to… Read more »
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