Poetry is the Language of the Streets: A Dialogue with Kagayi Ngobi

POETRY IS THE LANGUAGE OF THE STREETS A DIALOGUE WITH KAGAYI NGOBI Kagayi Ngobi is a lawyer, author, performance poet,

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The Pen Is Mightier Than The Sword: A Dialogue with Surumani Manzi

THE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD A DIALOGUE WITH SURUMANI MANZI Born in the near aftermath of Uganda’s third

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Documenting The Other Side: A Dialogue with Tolulope Itegboje

DOCUMENTING THE OTHER SIDE A DIALOGUE WITH TOLULOPE ITEGBOJE Tolulope (Tolu) Itegboje has lived most of his life in Lagos,

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Co-Authorship and Realism in Christian Fiction: A Dialogue with Irene Melissa Ojoro

CO-AUTHORSHIP AND REALISM IN CHRISTIAN FICTION A DIALOGUE WITH IRENE MELISSA OJORO Irene Melissa Ojoro is an author and playwright

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Achieving Representation Through Original Stories: A Dialogue with Somto O. Ihezue

ACHIEVING REPRESENTATION THROUGH ORIGINAL STORIES A DIALOGUE WITH SOMTO O. IHEZUE Somto Ihezue Onyedikachi is an Igbo writer, filmmaker–in–training, and

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I’ve Never Sought to Write Anything Political: A Dialogue with Derek Lubangakene

I’VE NEVER SOUGHT TO WRITE ANYTHING POLITICAL A DIALOGUE WITH DEREK LUBANGAKENE Derek Lubangakene lives in Kampala, Uganda, where he

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Film as a Voice for the Voiceless: A Dialogue with Eleanor Nabwiso

FILM AS A VOICE FOR THE VOICELESS A DIALOGUE WITH ELEANOR NABWISO Eleanor Nabwiso is a Ugandan actress, film producer,

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The Desert and the Lake: A Dialogue with Serubiri Moses

THE DESERT AND THE LAKE A DIALOGUE WITH SERUBIRI MOSES Serubiri Moses is a writer and curator, and currently art

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