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‘Odufa’ by Othuke Ominiabohs

Book Review of ‘Odufa. A Lover’s Tale’ by Nigerian author Othuke Ominiabohs

‘This Is Not Au Revoir’ by Zukiswa Wanner

Review of the short story ‘This is Not Au Revoir’ by Zukiswa Wanner

‘House of Stone’ by Novuyo Rosa Tshuma

Book Review of Novuyo Rosa Tshuma’s debut novel ‘House of Stone’.

‘Radiance of Tomorrow’ by Ishmael Beah

Book Review of Ishmael Beah’s first novel ‘Radiance of Tomorrow’

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5 Feminist Novels Everyone Should Read

A recommendation of 5 African Feminist Novels by African Women Writers.

‘Adua’ by Igiaba Scego

Book Review of Igiaba Scego’s novel ‘Adua’.

‘The Old Drift’ by Namwali Serpell

Book Review of ‘The Old Drift’ by Namwali Serpell.

‘The Girl with the Louding Voice’ by Abi Daré

Review of Abi Daré’s touching novel ‘The Girl With the Louding Voice’

In Conversation with Margaret Busby

Ghanaian-born literary giant, Margaret Busby, talks to Alessandra about her second and most recent anthology, ‘New Daughters of Africa’

In Conversation with Lorna Goodison

Jamaican poet laureate, Lorna Goodison, talks to Alessandra about her first-ever collection of essays – ‘Redemption Ground’

What Would Martin Say?

An opinion piece that examines the ways in which the famous words of Martin Luther King Jr. are used and abused in the present day

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‘Conjure Women’ by Afia Atakora

Review of Afia Atakora’s debut novel ‘Conjure Women’.