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Nana Fredua-Agyeman
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Budget Expert. Agric Economist. Poet. Writer. Questioner. Blogger. Promotes African Literature.
Budget Expert. Agric Economist. Poet. Writer. Questioner. Blogger. Promotes African Literature.

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Afriku - Haiku & Senryu from Ghana by Adjei Agyei-Baah
Art is dynamic. Art is adaptive. And regardless of where it originates, and with what rules, it is bound to transform and adapt to different cultures. The debate has always been to stick within the rules, be novel with the rules, or to break the rules entir...

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Paul Beaty Wins the 2016 Man Booker Prize
Paul Beaty's The Sellout  have been announced as the winner of the 2016 Man Booker Prize. This makes Paul the first American to have won the prize since the change in rules in 2015, allowing any book published in English in the UK eligible. According to the...

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303. Black Ass by A. Igoni Barrett
"Furo Wariboko awoke this morning to find that dreams can lose their way and turn up on the wrong side of sleep." With this foreboding line Igoni Barrett ushers the reader into the complex and funny world of Furo Wariboko who woke up one morning to find him...

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The Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2017 Now Open for Entries
One of the flagship projects of Commonwealth Writers , the Commonwealth Short Story Prize is now open for entries, with an international judging panel comprising judges from each of the five Commonwealth regions: Zukiswa Wanner (Africa); Mahesh Rao (Asia); ...

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my interview with Tendai Huchu, a Zimbabwean writer.

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Interview with Tendai Huchu, Author of Maestro, The Magistrate & The Mathematician
Tendai Huchu ( Source ) Nana Fredua-Agyeman : So how did The Hairdresser of Harare   do? And how was it accepted in Zimbabwe noting the subject matter? Tendai Huchu : The Hairdresser isn't a book I think much about now. I have moved on as an artist. It was ...
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