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The Inaugural Africa Writes - Bristol Festival, an Offshoot of Africa Writes in London, Set for Seven Days of Performances, Panels, Launches & Workshops via @
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Earn €1,500 at Goethe-Institut's U-40 Writers' Residencies in Burkina Faso | How to Apply via @
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sandile ngidi Jun 23
Molara Ogundipe-Leslie, Poet, Editor, & Founder of the Stiwanist Movement in Feminism, Passes on at 78 via @
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BRITTLE PAPER 14h
Is there a link to the announcement?
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Mubanga Kalimamukwento Wins 2019 Kalemba Short Story Prize for Zambian Writing via @
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BibiBakare-Yusuf Jun 23
Go well Prof Molara Ogundipe (she stopped using Leslie a long while ago).
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BRITTLE PAPER Jun 22
Molara Ogundipe-Leslie, Poet, Editor, & Founder of the Stiwanist Movement in Feminism, Passes on at 78 via @
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Farafina Books Jun 22
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Ehi Enabs Jun 22
This is so heartbreaking. Molara is the first feminist that Nigerianised Feminism to me. Before her, i had only read western feminist literature. Rest in Power you brave brave soul. You are loved.
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BRITTLE PAPER Jun 22
Dear Mr. Brittle: Queer Literature in Africa Is Not a Trend, Has Always Existed via @
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BRITTLE PAPER Jun 21
Molara Ogundipe-Leslie, Poet, Editor, & Founder of the Stiwanist Movement in Feminism, Passes on at 78 via
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Carmen McCain Jun 21
A great loss. My students read her essay on Stiwanism every semester. Molara Ogundipe-Leslie, Poet, Editor, & Founder of the Stiwanist Movement in Feminism, Passes on at 78 via @
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Adewale Adetugbo Jun 21
Osinachi’s “You, handsome Lady Killer” in this anthology Reads like the set up for the first chapter of that crime noir novel that needs to be written. When will Nollywood to start making movies like this? 🔥🔥👏🏿👏🏿
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BRITTLE PAPER Jun 21
Dr. Stella Nyanzi Has Now Spent 222 Days in Prison. Ugandans Call for Solidarity as She Faces Three Court Cases | via @
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BRITTLE PAPER Jun 21
Molara Ogundipe-Leslie, Poet, Editor, & Founder of the Stiwanist Movement in Feminism, Passes on at 78 via @
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BRITTLE PAPER Jun 21
Namwali Serpell on Using a Swarm of Mosquitoes as Narrator in Her New Novel, The Old Drift via @
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BRITTLE PAPER Jun 21
Chigozie Obioma, New Daughters of Africa Contributors, to Headline the 2019 Africa Writes Festival via @
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BRITTLE PAPER Jun 21
The UK’s biggest African literature festival is back! Join as they bring together over 60 influential voices in contemporary writing and cover themes across cosmology, masculinity, mental health and more! 5–7 July BOOK:
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Otosirieze Jun 21
Most heterosexual people are defined first by their ignorance of queer people, and then by their awareness of queer people, and then by their (often violent) reaction to queer people. Were it not so saddening and painful, it would be almost interesting to watch.
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