Mosi oa Tunya Literary Review is a new and innovative literary journal for seasoned and budding storytellers. Founded by Tendai and Ellen Machingaidze, a mother-daughter team from Zimbabwe, Mosi oa Tunya Literary Review is published bi-annually in January and June. The inaugural issue came out in January 2021.
Many of Zimbabwe’s indigenous languages are not robustly represented in Africa’s literary footprint. Mosi oa Tunya Literary Review is a unique grassroots venture that aims to promote and publish writing in all 16 of Zimbabwe’s official languages.
How can I get involved?
Submissions are open twice a year for fiction, non-fiction, poetry, children’s stories, and photography, paintings, or drawings. Eligibility includes people born in Africa/ those born to parents from Africa/ those who have been a resident of an African country, who are residing on the continent or in the diaspora.
Find out more about Mosi oa Tunya Literary Review, including their current Call for Submissions at www.mosioatunyareview.com. Or contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org