Dilman Dila was the first writer at Season 3 of Afrolit Sans Frontières from Kampala, Uganda on Africa Day, May 25, 2020. He was hosted…View More Dilman Dila kicks off Afrolit Sans Frontières Season 3.
Dilman Dila’s newest novella A Fledgling Abiba, published by Guardbridge Books is now available for lovers of African writing. Dilman Dila is a filmmaker who…View More Dilman Dila’s new novella “A Fledgling Abiba” available for your reading pleasure.
The University of Iowa has announced the next group of participants in the 2017 edition of its legendary writing residency. The University of Iowa International…View More Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor, Panashe Chigumadzi for University of Iowa Writing Residency
The African Speculative Fiction Society announces itself with a new recognition called The Nommo Awards. The African Speculative Fiction Society (ASFS) is a new community…View More African Speculative Fiction Society announces itself with Nommo Awards
The Imagine Africa 500 anthology featuring some of the continent’s leading names in speculative fiction this month. It will make its online debut on April…View More Shadreck Chikoti’s Imagine Africa 500 anthology out on April 30
Ayodele Morocco-Clarke moderated “Writing our way out of social inequality in Africa”, one of the first panels at the Ake Festival with writers Siphiwo Mahala,…View More Writing our way out of social inequality in Africa #AkeFest2015
It was all happening at the from when a whole bunch of writers converged at Durban, South Africa on 16-21 March. This bunch of writers…View More A snapshot of the Time of the Writer 2015
Short Story Day Africa (SSDA) first came to the attention to some of us when it was won by Kenyan writer Okwiri Oduor in 2013.…View More ‘Terra Incognita’ and ‘Follow The Road’ launch in Cape Town
I’m starting to notice a pattern with these folks from Germany’s Goethe Institut. Its looking like these fellows are the one’s hosting a lot of…View More Dilman Dila meets Napo Masheane at Goethe-Institut Johannesburg
Then there was Kampala, Uganda. Kampala is very important to the Writivism narrative as this was the country where the initiative was first implemented. The…View More Writivism Workshops 2015: Kampala 28th-31st January
It’s all happening at the Ake Festival today. Our friends from Writivism have announced the writers who will be attending the Writivism 2015 workshops in…View More Writivism Creative Writing Workshop 2015 attendees announced