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Beverley Nambozo Nsengiyunva: Interview

Beverley Nambozo Nsengiyunva is dedicated to her Africanness. A Ugandan writer and mother of two, she dared to found Babishai Niwe (BN) Poetry Foundation Read more

Land of Love and Drowning: Review

Land of Love and Drowning by Tiphanie Yanique Read more

Best Books of 2014

BEST BOOKS OF 2014
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y Clarence V. Reynolds
Freelance editor and literary arbiter Clarence V. Reynolds reads five books per day, or was that per month. Read more

50 Books By African Men That Everyone Should Read: Part 2 | bookshy

50 Books By African Men That Everyone Should Read: Part 2

Back in July, I got to work with Dele Fatunla, the editor for Royal African Society’s Gateway for Africa blog Read more

Bridgett M. Davis: Interview

by Kim Coleman Foote

Bridgett M. Davis insists she’s “so not a Superwoman” but rather a careful planner. That, she says, is how she has successfully held several demanding careers in three decades. Read more

Black Body: Rereading James Baldwin’s “Stranger in the Village” – The New Yorker

by Teju Cole

Then the bus began driving into clouds, and between one cloud and the next we caught glimpses of the town below. It was suppertime and the town was a constellation of yellow points. Read more