Peripheries Journal, a publication located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is looking for work that addresses the themes of Race, Racism, Territory, and Institutions. Peripheries…View More Brazilian journal Peripheries seeks your contribution.
In our continuing series, we introduce you to literary magazines from African and Black writing. This month we present Agbowó, BKO Magazine, and DRR (Down…View More Agbowó, DRR, BKO Magazine: A tale of three literary magazines.
Isele Magazine, a new magazine founded by Ukamaka Olisakwe, makes its debut today July 30, 2020. Ukamaka Olisakwe first came to the attention of the…View More The Ukamaka Olisakwe-founded Isele Magazine makes its debut.
In our continuing series to introduce, and reintroduce, you to literary magazines from African and Black writing, we present The ArabLit Quarterly, Doek!, and Pree.…View More ArabLit Quarterly, Doek!, and Pree: A tale of three literary magazines.
Lowle, the newest journal on the African literary scene, has unveiled the cover for its inaugural edition. Here’s how you can help them. In January,…View More Lolwe Journal unveils inaugural cover. Here’s how you can help them.
Down River Road, the newest literary journal in Kenya, launched at the Kenya Cultural Centre, Nairobi on Friday, February 7, 2020. In June 2019, Kenyan…View More The “Down River Road” literary journal launches in Nairobi.
Down River Road, the newest literary journal in Kenya, is set to launch at the Kenya Cultural Centre, Nairobi on Friday, February 7, 2020. Going…View More The “Down River Road” literary journal to launch in Nairobi on February 7.
Lolwe, a new literary journal founded by writer and lawyer Troy Onyango, made a call for submissions on January 28, 2020. Troy Onyango first came…View More New Literary journal “Lolwe” makes call for submissions.
The Lagos Review, a new literary journal founded by Dami Ajayi and Toni Kan, makes its official debut today September 1, 2019. Dami Ajayi and…View More Dami Ajayi and Toni Kan give us new literary journal, “The Lagos Review”.
The second issue of Agbowó, themed on “Limits,” is set to make its appearance on the African literary scene on July 22, 2019. In 2015,…View More Agbowó’s second issue, themed on “Limits,” out on July 22.
The Ake Arts and Book Festival made a callout for submissions of prose, poetry, and artwork for the Ake Review 2019 on June 20, 2019.…View More Ake Review 2019 makes callout for submissions of prose, poetry, and artwork.
Founders and editors of Saraba wrote love letters to the literary journal as it turned ten on February 15, 2019. In 2008, a writing workshop…View More Literary journal “Saraba” is ten!
The ArabLit Quarterly officially made its debut on November 15, 2018. The newest publication in town is the work of award winning publication ArabLit.org. ArabLit.org,…View More The ArabLit Quarterly makes a November debut.
The hottest topic in the African literary scene right now has to be the Enkare issue. Formed with much hoopla in 2016, there was a…View More Troy Onyango Speaks out on Enkare Review issue
Jalada, the Pan African collective, is looking for submissions of fiction, poetry, prose and visual art for its sixth anthology AFTER+LIFE. Jalada is a pan-African…View More Jalada seeks submissions for sixth anthology “AFTER+LIFE.”