[Book Review] Adewale Maja-Pearce’s The House My Father Built

Amatesiro Dore Amatesiro Dore assesses Adewale Maja-Pearce’s memoir in an unorthodox review, which matches the nature of the book in question, as he highlights Maja-Pearce’s history as the troublemaker of African literature.   The House My Father Built, Adewale Maja-Pearce,…

African Sacredness, When Fiction Becomes Reality

                                                    Serubiri Moses   “No one who loves life would wish to imitate her dedication to martyrdom  nor would wish it for his children nor for anyone else whom he loves.” – Susan Sontag, Simone Weil (New York Review of…

Joyce Ashuntantang: Foreign Publishers Determine the Nature of our Stories

  “As long as foreign publishers remain the mid-wives of our stories, they will keep determining the nature of these stories.” Joyce Ashuntantang   Interviewed by Dibussi Tande   In 2009, Joyce Ashuntantang published a book titled Landscaping Postcoloniality: The…

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