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Unearthing the Stories of Families and their Histories: A Dialogue with Tsitsi Mapepa

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Wielding Storytelling Against Authoritarianism: A Dialogue with Basma Abdel Aziz

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

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

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Sated Ears & Sanctified Lines: A Dialogue with Nick Mulgrew

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The Fictional Character as a Teacher: A Dialogue with Howard Meh-Buh Maximus

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A Kind of Haunting: A Dialogue with Uchechukwu Peter Umezurike

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Memory as a Motif in Fiction: A Dialogue with Joshua Chizoma

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Writing for the Eye: A Dialogue with Idza Luhumyo

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