Tag: African Publishing

Numb

Amadi’s gaze travels to the screen of his tired Samsung S4. Following the red blink dotting the device, he fiddles his way through messages queued on the blackberry app. He stops at one, his brows furrowing to a deep frown, …

Literature is Bigger Than Publishing

Waiting for Random House or Heinemann to come along with a cheque is not excusable. That makes you part of the problem.

 

Ernest Bazanye

Art and language are natural byproducts of society. From Africa to Andorra, to Alabama to Antarctica, they …

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