Bashir Adan
  Pius Adesanmi

  Ibrahim Al-Koni
  Isaac Anyaogu
  Malika Assal
  Ellen Banda-Aaku
  Juliane Okot-Bitek
  Elaine Chiew
  I. Iyi-Eweka Chou
 Funmi Fetto
  Tendai Huchu
  Mamle Kabu
  A. Kourouma  
  K. W. Kgositsile
  Daniel P. Kunene
  Ryan Eric Lamb
  R. Makamane
  M. Makonnen
  Sarah L. Manyika
  Tola Ositelu
  Martin A. Ramos
  Ayo Morocco-Clarke
  S. D. Partington
  Marcia Lynx Qualey
  Marilyn H. Mills
  Mohamed Raïhani
  John Stephen Rae
  Geoff Ryman
  Essia Skhiri
  Christian Uwe
  Zukiswa Wanner
  Anita P. Williams





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Welcome to our eleventh edition.

Our inaugural, free-to enter, award for very short fiction closes soon. Guidelines here:    African Writing Prize for Flash Fiction

Sesotho Speakers, Ret'sepile Makamane
Bad Hair Day, Tendai Huchu
The Teacher, Ibrahim Al-Koni.
Dodo is Yoruba for Fried Plantain, F. Fetto
Befriending a Lie, Christian Uwe
Invisible Woman, Mamle Kabu
Making Corrections, Bashir Adan
The Wonderful
Amazing, No. 1 Recliner, Elaine Chiew

My Son is a Story, Juliane Okot-Bitek

Malika Assal
Ayodele Morroco-Clarke
Stephen John Rae
Isoje Iyi-Eweka Chou, Monday morning in Brooklyn is not Monday morning in Lagos
Isaac Anyaogu
Ryan Eric Lamb
Essia Skhiri, Similies for a Matchless Wanderer
Magdalawit Makonnen

Author for Sale, Sarah Ladipo Manyika
A Brief Word on Poetry, K.W. Kgositsile
Know your Classics
PlaceNames, Martin Ramos

blogs:  Daily posts from our writers

Why do I need brains? I have a Teacher! INTERVIEWS
Tendai Huchu
Pius Adesanmi, Militant Intellection Complex
Ellen Banda-Aaku

How to Euthanise a Cactus, S.D.P.
2nd Book Syndrome, Tola Ositelu
A View from the North, Marcia Lynx Qualey
The Rock at the Centre of my Heart, D.K.
Precious; A True Story, Tola Ositelu
Books Worth ReReading, Zukiswa Wanner
Comic Heights, Geoff Ryman



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