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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Letting the Story Write Itself: A Dialogue with Franklyn Usouwa

LETTING THE STORY WRITE ITSELF A DIALOGUE WITH FRANKLYN USOUWA Franklyn Usouwa is a Nigerian of the Igbo ethnic group

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2021 Commonwealth Short Story Prize: Conversations with Shortlisted Writers

2021 COMMONWEALTH SHORT STORY PRIZE CONVERSATIONS WITH THE SHORTLISTED WRITERS (AFRICA REGION) It’s such a joy to speak to other

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Poetry as Rebellion and the Pursuit of Freedom: A Dialogue with Jeremy T. Karn

POETRY AS REBELLION AND THE PURSUIT OF FREEDOM A DIALOGUE WITH JEREMY T. KARN Jeremy T. Karn writes from somewhere

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Call for Submissions: Africa in Dialogue’s Third Issue

In commemoration of our 5th Anniversary, Africa in Dialogue is excited to announce a call for submissions for the publication’s

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Africa in Dialogue Announces New Interns for April to September 2021

AFRICA IN DIALOGUE ANNOUNCES NEW INTERNS FOR APRIL TO SEPTEMBER 2021 We are excited to welcome a cohort of eight

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Open Water, a Love Letter to Black Expression: A Dialogue with Caleb Azumah Nelson

OPEN WATER, A LOVE LETTER TO BLACK EXPRESSION A DIALOGUE WITH CALEB AZUMAH NELSON Caleb Azumah Nelson is a 25-year-old

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