What a year to be Chigozie Obioma. His debut novel The Fishermen has been causing serious waves in the literary award scene in recent weeks with a longlist on the
I have been keeping you abreast of an exciting new project coming out of Rwanda. Huza Press a publisher in the country are currently in the process of coming out
Jagero Oduor is the writer behind the novel True Lies, a story set in the dramatic public transport system that Kenyans have to navigate through on a daily basis. He
So you my Nigerian sibling have a 20,000 and 40,000 words manuscript that just happen to be on your hard disc chilling? Well have I got a deal for you.
This past month the The Story Club of Malawi hosted an international literary session at the Crossroad Hotel’s auditorium in Lilongwe. The evening included author and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga who
Here are some images and video from day five of the Haregysa International Book Fair 2015 taken by my trusty camera phone. Yusuf Serunkuma moderates Chuma Nwokolo, Okey Ndibe, Dr
The Hargeysa International Book Fair 2015 is winding down to the sadness of delegates, both local and international, who are interacting, learning and have become friends with one another. There
Here are some images and videos from the fourth day of the Haregysa International Book Fair 2015 taken by my trusty camera phone. Maimouna Jallow, Prof Niyi Osundare and Okey
Here are some images and video from the third day of the Haregysa International Book Fair 2015 taken by my trusty camera phone.
As the delegates from around the world get even more acclimatised to the land and people of Somaliland the festival gets better and better. August 4th was the fourth day
The action in the hottest literary festival happening right now continued in the biggest city in Somaliland on Monday. We had been enjoying the rich literary offering and world class
Here are some images and video from day six of the Haregysa International Book Fair 2015 taken by my trusty camera phone.
On the closing day of the Hargeysa International Book Fair 2015, a festival that brought people from fourteen countries from around the world together to Hargeisa, there were still panels.
So you want to be better at this literature thing? Want to up your game as someone in the publishing industry as an editor or writer? Then you need to
A few weeks ago I talked about this amazing new opportunity for African creatives from the Oppenheimer fund supported by Financial Times. Oppenheimer for those a conglomerate that made their