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Posts Tagged ‘African Literature’

6Jan

SA Sabo was born in Nigeria in 1984 and has been living in London since 2005. In 2009 he was one of ten writers, who won a place on the Arts Council of England/The Literature Consultancy mentoring scheme. He has written two plays, This Earth We Seek and Everybody Knows and his short stories have been published Glasschord and The […]






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22Feb

Print Portfolio | Online Portfolio Welcome to my print portfolio page, where you can read some of my print features/articles. Below, are titles and PDFS of  my print journalism work, names of publications and articles contributed by me. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them. Above, you will also […]






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2Jun

Print Portfolio | Online Portfolio Welcome to my online portfolio page, where you can read some of my online articles. Below, are links to my online journalism work, names of publications and the articles I contributed. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them. Above, you will also find link […]






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3Feb

Chika Unigwe is a writer’s writer. That’s how Aminatta Forna, herself a writer described her. For me, Chika Unigwe is a hero. She took on a subject we all claim to know yet we don’t know the ins and out of it. On Black Sisters’ Street was a very personal book for me for different […]






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29Dec

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posted by Belinda Otas

Belinda Otas is a versatile journalist, writer, cultural critic and an independent blogger. She has a passionate interest in Africa: politics, social development, arts and culture, gender issues and the African diaspora. Currently working as a freelance journalist with various publications aimed at the international community – she has contributed to: Al Jazeera, CNN, BBC […]






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