Ben Okri will headline Berlin’s African Book Festival 2019. The festival with the theme “Transitioning from Migration“ is in its second year. In April, African…View More Ben Okri to headline Berlin’s African Book Festival 2019.
The Abantu Book Festival 2018 artist line up was announced on the event’s social media platforms on October 23, 2018. The festival now in its…View More Abantu Book Festival 2018 artist line up unveiled.
Tsitsi Dangarembga #fbf18 was in conversation with Ilija Trojanow at the Frankfurt Book Fair 2018 on October 12, 2018. Their panel was called “Writing in…View More Frankfurt Book Fair 2018: Tsitsi Dangarembga #fbf18.
Tsitsi Dangarembga was announced as the curator Berlin’s African Book Festival 2019 at a ceremony in Berlin on September 25, 2018. The festival is set…View More Tsitsi Dangarembga to curate Berlin’s African Book Festival 2019.
This Mournable Body is the third in the Tsitsi Dangarembga trilogy that started off with Nervous Conditions and was followed on by The Book of…View More “This Mournable Body” completes Tsitsi Dangarembga trilogy.
Tsitsi Dangarembga, Lauren Ann Beukes, Victor Ehighale Ehikhamenor, Yared Zeleke and Fathy Adly Salama are the Artists In Residency recipients at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio…View More Artist in Residency 2016 recipients announced
The Writivism Short Story Prize is an annual award for emerging African writers administered by the Center for African Cultural Excellence (CACE). The prize which…View More CACE announces guidelines for Writivism Short Story Prize 2016
The Artists In Residency (AIR) programme has provided artists across discipline (visual arts; literary arts; performing arts; music & film) with the opportunity to participate…View More Artists In Residency 2015 finalists announced!
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…View More Images from the Malawi Story Club’s International literary session
Here something very cool for our friends in Malawi this weekend. The Story Club in Malawi will be hosting an international literary session at Crossroad…View More Tsitsi Dangarembga for Story Club Malawi
Sunday was the final day of the Writivism Festival 2015. The day when we would be knowing the winner of this year’s Short Story Prize…View More Writivism Festival 2015 Day 5: Languages, Afrikology and a sex panel
Nigeria writer Pemi Aguda is the winner of the Writivism Short Story 2015 for her story, Caterer, Caterer. The writer was announced at a ceremony…View More Pemi Aguda Wins 2015 Writivism Short Story Prize 2015
*Jeff Koinange voice* What a day! What a series of master classes! What a panel! What a speech by the one and only TSISTI DANGAREMBGA!…View More Writivism Day 1: Master Classes, Panel, Tsitsi and Rolex
The hype towards the Writivism Festival 2015 happening in Kampala, Uganda has been intense with good reason. We love the idea of activism to get…View More The Writivism Festival 2015 is here! (Day one is coming)
The Writivism Festival is set to happen at Makerere University and the National Theatre in Kampala, Uganda from 16th to 22nd June 2015. It is…View More Writivism Festival 2015 set for June