A House for Mr. Soyinka by Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún
A visit with the Nobel Laureate deep in the bush
Loving Moi by Keguro Macharia
Propaganda works on the young
Who Are Nerdsby Rosa Lyster
A writer goes apeshit over a cat. Newsflash.
Bessie Head: A Life of Letters by Nanjala Nyabola
In her breakdown, she broke down what it means to write an “African” novel.
Konkoksie by Yemisi Aribisala
“Thank God for food and its comforting moisturizing quality in relationships.”
The Cafe Talkers of Somalia by Safia Aidid
“Language is the essence of Somali society”
Okra in Lagos by Siddhartha Mitter
An ode to the talisman vegetable of the global South
He Should Practice Homosexuality at Home by Rudo Mudiwa
Polite homophobia imagines that deviant sexuality should be enjoyed away from public view.
I really do not give a shit so long as that person makes a purchase by Mangunga Williams
Wacha sasa nikuambie.
African Hospitality Served with Spaghetti Bolognese by Yemisi Aribisala
The bluster of Nigerian madam-hood
My Hometown: Ilorin, Nigeria by Fareeda Abdulkareem
“A town that had represented all of the traps I had wanted to escape.”
My Dictator, Hastings Banda by Oliver Corlett
Naively, they thought with Banda and about 500 of his supporters in jail, everything would just go back to “normal.”
American Legs by Rosa Lyster
An unexpected consequence of climate change
Vic Jagger by Rosa Lyster
Notes on ultra-humans, by a mere human.