Africa

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

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

In [another] Conversation with Ayesha Harruna Attah

Ayesha Harruna Attah in conversation with Literandra about her first YA novel ‘The Deep Blue Between’.

Experiences of Nigerians with SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Squad)

Experiences shared by Nigerians in Nigeria with the notorious SARS (Special Anti-Robbery Unit)

‘Aviara’ by Othuke Ominiabohs

Literandra Review of ‘Aviara’, the sequel to ‘Odufa’ by Othuke Ominiabohs.

In Conversation with Sarah Odedina

Interview with editor Sarah Odedina about her career, publishing, and African YA literature.

‘Memoirs of a Lazy Korfa’ by Tunmise Usikalu

Our review of “Memoirs of a Lazy Korfa” a book that plays out during a 3 week NYSC Camp in Kano

About Me in Africa—Politics and Religion in my Childhood

A personal reflection on the effects of colonialism, racism, and religion on the North African identity

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Invocation

A call to the past from the present - with a view to the future

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This is Not Au Revoir

A short story about love, loss, and the pursuit of happiness against all odds

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‘A Very Young Judge’ by Leila Aboulela

A review of ‘A Very Young Judge’, a short story by Leila Aboulela, published in the landmark anthology ‘New Daughters of Africa’.

‘A Broken People’s Playlist’ by Chimeka Garricks

Book Review of Chimeka Garricks’ short-story collection ‘A Broken People’s Playlist’, published by Masobe Books.

In Conversation with Juliana Makuchi Nfah-Abbenyi

Literandra in Conversation with Dr Juliana Makuchi Nfah-Abbenyi.