Interesting article in the Guardian by editor Ellah Wakatama-Allfrey talking about how writers need to to find new ways of talking about Africa’s past and present. She highlights that writers should not only tell the same tried and tested themes that tend to define African literature, usually addressing the continet’s colonial past, all which have their place, but states that Africa also needs its own creative non-fiction from personal essays to travelogues that will bring readers even greater unique perspectives.
You can read the full article here.
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