We are pleased to announce the participants selected for the Bakwa Young Writers’ Workshop, which is organised in partnership … More
Date limite d’envoi des candidatures : 8 mai 2019 Click here to read the English version Vous vivez au … More
Application Deadline: 8 May 2019 Cliquez ici pour lire la version en français Are you in Cameroon? Are you between the … More
The sadness in Logan’s poetry is only bearable in the way art makes it possible to swallow bitter pills…. Logan’s writing arouses a handful of mixed feelings; sometimes he brings the things he wants to say home, sometimes they elude him…
Despite a shared history, Cameroon and Nigeria rarely engage in projects of shared literary benefit.
Bakwa Magazine seeks stories about your travelling experiences. What do airports, borders, passports and privilege when travelling mean to you? We seek fiction and nonfiction stories, critical essays, photography and poems that address these issues.
Ani Kayode Somtochukwu Perhaps a good place to start would be the day he first kissed you in his lodge, … More
Howard M-B Maximus (Photo credit: Inna Lazareva) 1. Choose a place. That Limbe is a coastal city means it … More
How do we articulate pain? It’s easy to think of physical pain, whereas emotional, mental and psychological pain are usually … More
Isabella Morris “How to learn a Language” is the second and final story of a two-part prelude to … More