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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Cultivating the Writer Self: A Dialogue with Nica Cornell

CULTIVATING THE WRITER SELF A DIALOGUE WITH NICA CORNELL Nica Cornell is a South African writer, with her Honours in

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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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Sated Ears & Sanctified Lines: A Dialogue with Nick Mulgrew

SATED EARS & SANCTIFIED LINES A DIALOGUE WITH NICK MULGREW Nick Mulgrew was born in Durban in 1990. He is

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The Writer as an Ally: A Dialogue with Obinna Obioma

THE WRITER AS AN ALLY A DIALOGUE WITH OBINNA OBIOMA Obinna Obioma is a ghost, liberal, Virgo, tutor, and literary

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The Art of Self-Acceptance: A Dialogue with Sandra Nadege

THE ART OF SELF-ACCEPTANCE A DIALOGUE WITH SANDRA NADEGE Sandra Nadege is an 18-year-old published author and poetess based in

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The Only World I Know Is This One: A Dialogue with Masande Ntshanga

THE ONLY WORLD I KNOW IS THIS ONE A DIALOGUE WITH MASANDE NTSHANGA Masande Ntshanga is the author of the

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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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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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