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Sub-Saharan Magazine is dedicated to publishing fiction, nonfiction, and poetry rooted in African cultures.
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Jan 20
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Adaiba Jan 9
Replying to @WriteGrowBecome
I have four books, all written by me I need to start editing. Ideas for other books are already in my head, but I said NO! Edit first.
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The African Writers Jan 17
Here’s a thread filled quotes to help you deal with self-doubt.
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Jan 13
A Darkened Home ~ Olaseni Kehinde Precious
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The African Writers Jan 9
Sometimes you need to let the characters tell their own story and stop forcing your wishes on them. Got a concept for your book? Begin to write it already. You’ll discover more insight as your story progresses. Just start. Keep writing.
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Jan 6
You are more relaxed when you've taken care of what needs to be taken care of.
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Bakwa Magazine Jan 2
The call for submissions for Bakwa 09 drops tomorrow. Watch this space!!!
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I.S. Jones 🌖 Jan 1
Morning all! Happy New Year. Ahead of April, scholarship application for my month-long workshop open up TODAY! It’s free to apply. The scholarship opens up two spaces for poets with financial need. Head to my website for more. cc
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The Kalahari Review Jan 2
Welcome to 2019. The January theme for the Igby Prize for Nonfiction is:  Being young in Africa: The millennial experience. The Deadline is January 25th.
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Dec 23
In memory of Walter we share his flash fiction, Irony so Efficient, which appeared in James Gunn's Ad Astra. He had a unique way of using words, and we are grateful for the opportunity to have been in association with him.
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Dec 23
Replying to @Nnedi
It's amazing how many people his works have reached. He sure will be missed around here. Thank you, Nnedi, for sharing.
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Nnedi Okorafor, PhD Dec 22
Replying to @Nnedi
Coincidentally, Walter (a young Nigerian science fiction and fantasy writer who passed on December 12th) wrote about being dada. "Being a Dada in Igbo Land" by Walter Dinjos
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Karlo Sevilla Dec 22
Replying to @SubSaharanMag
My poem that the late Emeka Walter Dinjos published in : . I'll always be grateful, Emeka. Rest in Peace.
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Dec 23
Replying to @KarloSevilla
Thank you, Karlo, for your kind words. He had some complications with diabetes and didn't make it through. He sure will be missed
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Dec 22
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#UnBreakableBonds #Writivism2019 Dec 3
Submissions to the 2019 Writivism and Koffi Addo Prizes are trickling in. 10 countries so far: Nigeria (52.8%), Kenya (17%), South Africa (7.5%), Malawi (5.7%), Ghana (3.8%), Uganda (3.8%), Cameroon (3.8%), Botswana (1.9%), DRC (1.9%) and Zambia (1.9%).
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BRITTLE PAPER Dec 6
Previously Unseen Stories by Naguib Mahfouz Set for December Publication via @
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BRITTLE PAPER Dec 7
African writers shaping the future of our narratives have a lot to say about their work in this collection of interviews: Sisonke Msimang, Hawa Golakai, JK Anowe, Megan Ross, Chibuihe Achimba
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Dec 2
Define yourself. Don't let someone else do it for you.
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Nov 25
Someone once said "write drunk, edit sober." goes with the flow and does the editing later. How do you write?
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