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The African Literary Podcast, sponsored by Nairobi-based Prestige Books, interviews Kenyan novelist Makena Maganjo. A few weeks ago, Makena Maganjo’s debut novel South B’s finest…View More African Literary Podcast Episode 14: Kenyan novelist Makena Maganjo (sponsored by Prestige Books)
The African Literary Podcast episode 13, sponsored by Prestige Books, interviews South African novelist, short story writer, journalist and television scriptwriter Lauren Beukes from the…View More African Literary Podcast 13: Lauren Beukes from Sharjah International Book Fair (with Prestige Books).
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South African literary podcast “Cheeky Natives,” run by Dr Alma-Nalisha Cele and Letlhogonolo Mokgoroane, turned two this May. The Cheeky Natives is a literary podcast…View More South African literary podcast “Cheeky Natives” turned two this May.
In the African Literary Podcast Season 2 Episode 2 and 3 we give you the audio of Mukoma Wa Ngugi’s keynote address and eulogise Zimbabwe…View More African Literary Podcast Season 2 Episodes 2 and 3
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Welcome to African Literary Podcast Episode 7 where we give you news from the African literary scene. As we have done previously, we look at…View More African Literary Podcast Episode 7.
The hottest new podcast covering the African literary scene is “Not Another Book Podcast.” It features @BooksAndRhymes, @BookShyBooks, & @PostColonialChild. The African literary scene has…View More “Not Another Book Podcast” is coming for your favourites.