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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 May 12
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BRITTLE PAPER May 1
The Miles Morland Foundation Announces Judges for 2019 Scholarships. They are , & Brittle Paper's Deputy Editor Obi-Young.
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Apr 28
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The African Writers Mar 17
It's not enough to dream. It's not enough to believe. Put in work. There is the need for practice, consistency and discipline. Don't just exist in your head. Work towards what you wish to achieve or become.
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BRITTLE PAPER Mar 20
Ben Okri to Headline the 2019 African Book Festival in Berlin, with Ainehi Edoro, Musa Okwonga as Moderators | All the Guests + Key Events via @
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Write Ghana Mar 15
Submissions opened today for the Ghanaian Languages Short Story Prize. Send us your stories at info@writeghana.org. Check our website for the rules of submission.
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Mar 3
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Feb 17
How we raise our daughters in Africa ~ Michael Ace
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Feb 14
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Feb 10
Bridge Over the Cunene ~ Gustavo Bondoni
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Feb 9
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BRITTLE PAPER Jan 29
Ever heard Chimamanda Adichie speak Igbo?
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BRITTLE PAPER Jan 15
At 81, Ngugi wa Thiong'o Announces 34th Book, a Gikuyu Philosophical Epic Novel, 13 Years After His Last via @
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Sub-Saharan Magazine Jan 20
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Adaiba Jan 9
Replying to @africanwriters_
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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