Depolarizing the Mind: A Dialogue with Job Okwudiri

DEPOLARIZING THE MIND A DIALOGUE WITH JOB OKWUDIRI Job Okwudiri is a writer from the Nigerian city of Ohaozara, in

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Love as a Risky Odyssey: A Dialogue with Gerald Ntando

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Clarity and Duality in the Fantastical Realm: A Dialogue with Stephen Embleton

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Fiction as Philosophical Exploration: A Dialogue with Solomon Kobina Aremu

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Defying Genre and Striving for Overarching Themes: A Dialogue with Ani Kayode Somtochukwu

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2021 James Currey Prize for African Literature: Conversations with Shortlisted Writers

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The Half-Life of Humour: A Dialogue with Rémy Ngamije

THE HALF-LIFE OF HUMOUR A DIALOGUE WITH RÉMY NGAMIJE Rémy is a Rwandan-born Namibian writer and photographer. He is the

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What it Means to Be a Man: A Dialogue with Vincent Anioke

WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A MAN A DIALOGUE WITH VINCENT ANIOKE Vincent Anioke was born and raised in Nigeria,

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Creating Things that Have a Life of Their Own: A Dialogue with Moso Sematlane

CREATING THINGS THAT HAVE A LIFE OF THEIR OWN A DIALOGUE WITH MOSO SEMATLANE Moso Sematlane is a writer and

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The Intersectionality of Identities: A Dialogue with Ola W. Halim

THE INTERSECTIONALITY OF IDENTITIES A DIALOGUE WITH OLA W. HALIM Ola W. Halim writes fiction and poetry and also teaches

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