Tendai Huchu was the featured author at the Goethe-Institut Namibia’s Virtually Yours on Saturday, December 5, 2020. He was moderated by series curator Zukiswa Wanner.…View More Tendai Huchu at Goethe-Institut Namibia’s “Virtually Yours” in December.
Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi was the featured author at GoetheNamibia’s Virtually Yours on Saturday, November 14, 2020. She was moderated by series curator Zukiswa Wanner. Virtually…View More Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi at Goethe-Namibia’s “Virtually Yours.”
The shortlist for the Morland Writing Scholarships 2020 was announced today, October 19, 2020. The Morland Writing Scholarships for African Writers, popularly referred to as…View More Morland Writing Scholarships 2020 shortlist announced.
Niq Mhlongo’s newest novel Paradise In Gaza launched at the new Goethe Namibia series Virtually Yours on October 10, 2020. He was moderated by author…View More Niq Mhlongo’s “Paradise In Gaza” launches at Goethe Namibia’s Virtually Yours.
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.
The English language rights for Rémy Ngamije’s The Eternal Audience of One have been acquired by Scout Press, an imprint of Simon and Schuster in…View More Rémy Ngamije’s novel “The Eternal Audience of One” gets US publisher.
The shortlist for the AKO Caine Prize for African Writing 2020 announced today, May 19, 2020, features Erica Sugo Anyadike, Chikodili Emelumadu, Jowhor Ile, Rémy…View More AKO Caine Prize for African Writing 2020 shortlist announced.
Season 2 of Afrolit Sans Frontières was hosted by African writers from cities all over the world over the Internet from April 20-27, 2020. The…View More A snapshot of Afrolit Sans Frontières Season 2.
Rémy Ngamije started off the second day of Afrolit Sans Frontières on Instagram Live on March 24, 2020. Afrolit Sans Frontières is an initiative from…View More Rémy Ngamije at Afrolit Sans Frontières Season 1
Batsirai Chigama, Shadreck Chikoti, Soukaina Habiballah, Tade Ipadeola, Amira-Géhanne Khalfallah, Samuel Menghesteab, Martha Mukaiwa, and Yamkela Tywakadi are the African writers to take part in…View More Meet the African writers for the Iowa International Writing Program 2019.
We share with you a list of literary festivals you can attend across Africa in September 2019. September might be the most hectic month on…View More Literary festivals across Africa you can attend in September 2019.
Covering the length and breadth of the continent, here is a list of African literary festivals you can attend in 2019. This list is regularly…View More African Literary Festivals you can attend in 2019
Short Story Day, Goethe Institut have announced participants to take part in ID Flow Workshop across the continent. The workshops will be facilitated by Efemia…View More Short Story Day Africa, Goethe Institut announce ID Flow Workshop Participants
Here is a list of African literary festivals you can attend in 2017. 2016 promised and delivered to literary feast of festivals in all corners…View More African literary festivals you can attend in 2017
Helvi Itenge is United Nations Information Centre Windhoek’s Woman Crash Wednesday or #WCW for short. We know Helvi Wheeler for her work with setting up…View More Helvi Itenge is United Nations Information Centre Windhoek’s #WCW