Despite a shared history, Cameroon and Nigeria rarely engage in projects of shared literary benefit.
11 years after his death, we revisit Bate Besong’s legacy by republishing one of his most in-depth interviews
Is Forkeh the new face of Cameroon’s polyglot rap scene?
We trace our ancestry and the circumstances leading to the creation of Bakwa Magazine
A call to look back at history, recognise the loopholes, celebrate the beauty of culture, and map out a way forward to use the country’s multiculturalism and bilingualism as assets to conquer the world.
The Bakwa Magazine Reading Series is a public quarterly event which brings together a wide selection of writers, translators, editors and poets, and connects them to various local communities through events hosted in different cities.
Photo Credit (All Pictures): Nchanji Melvin Yesterday evening, at the Goethe-institut Kamerun, Bakwa Magazine organised a double event. … More
Edwige-Renée Dro Ahead of tomorrow’s release of the shortlist for our short story competition, one of the judges, Edwige-Renée … More
What is the Anglophone Problem, who is Anglophone in Cameroon? On the basis of history and the Constitution, Harry Acha reflects on what the Anglophone Problem is (and is not), and the way forward.
On 29 October, we organised a creative writing workshop in partnership with the Goethe-Institut Kamerun in which we mentored young … More