On Duplicitous Commitments to Women: A Dialogue with Olukorede S. Yishau

ON DUPLICITOUS COMMITMENTS TO WOMEN A DIALOGUE WITH OLUKOREDE S. YISHAU Olukorede S. Yishau is a Nigerian creative writer and

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The Sacredness of Earning a Face: A Dialogue with Binyerem Ukonu

THE SACREDNESS OF earning a face A DIALOGUE WITH BINYEREM UKONU Binyerem Ukonu is a trained-architect, poet, novelist and publisher

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There Is No Story Less Special Than The Other: A Dialogue with C.S Hadebe

THERE IS NO STORY LESS SPECIAL THAN THE OTHER A DIALOGUE WITH C.S. HADEBE C.S. Hadebe is a South African

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Writing as the Creation of Culture: A Dialogue with James Eze

WRITING AS THE CREATION OF CULTURE A DIALOGUE WITH JAMES EZE James Eze began his career as a journalist with

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Offer Yourself Without Expecting Anything In Return: A Dialogue with Yisa Akinbolaji

OFFER YOURSELF WITHOUT EXPECTING ANYTHING IN RETURN A DIALOGUE WITH YISA AKINBOLAJI Yisa Akinbolaji is a Winnipeg-based painter, artist and

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We Cannot Police Our Way Out of Every Social Problem: A Dialogue with Temitope Oriola

WE CANNOT POLICE OUR WAY OUT OF EVERY SOCIAL PROBLEM A DIALOGUE WITH TEMITOPE ORIOLA Temitope Oriola is professor of

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Not the South Africa We Fought For: A Dialogue with Gertrude Fester

NOT THE SOUTH AFRICA WE FOUGHT FOR A DIALOGUE WITH GERTRUDE FESTER Professor Gertrude Fester was born in 1952. She

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Reforming Our World Through Fiction: A Dialogue with Omotola Adeyelure

REFORMING OUR WORLD THROUGH FICTION A DIALOGUE WITH OMOTOLA ADEYELURE Omotola Adeyelure is a researcher, African Literature enthusiast and freelance

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Every Writer is a Writer in Politics: A Dialogue with Tanimu A. Tahir

EVERY WRITER IS A WRITER IN POLITICS A DIALOGUE WITH TANIMU A. TAHIR Tanimu A. Tahir is a Nigerian novelist

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