Zimbabwe’s First Multi-Lingual, Pan-African Literary Review

Zimbabwe’s First Multi-Lingual, Pan-African Literary Review has published its inaugural issue.

AfroLit Sans Frontières Soon Available on Audible

Zukiswa Wanner is bringing African stories by AfroLit Sans Frontières Participants to Audible.

Call For Manuscript Submissions

Publisher Masobe’s Call for Manuscript Submissions

Creative Writing Masterclass with Prof. Chigozie Obioma

An exciting opportunity for literary prospects to be delivered by Chigozie Obioma

Doek: An Independent Arts Organisation in Namibia

A new and independent arts organisation takes off in Namibia.

Masobe’s 2020 Christmas Campaign

Masobe Books launches a Christmas campaign with a view to making a difference

First African Woman to Be Awarded the Goethe Medal: Zukiswa Wanner

Zukiswa Wanner becomes the first African woman to win the Goethe Medal

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Normalise! African Literature in Focus

Read all about our first event at Waterstones in London, in honour of Sylvia Arthur and her library Libreria Ghana.

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Black Literary History – An African Perspective

Read all about our first London Event, organised in honour of Sylvia Arthur and her library (Libreria Ghana).

Elnathan John wins 2019 ‘LES AFRIQUES’ prize for ‘Born on a Tuesday’

‘Born on a Tuesday’, a novel about the political and religious turmoil in Northern Nigeria.