Unapologetic Voices of Women in ‘Hear Word’

Ayodeji Rotinwa As one writes this, it seems likely that in a few weeks, the most powerful person in the … More

[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 … More

Nameless Narrators in African Fiction

Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed explores the presence of nameless narrators in African Fiction, highlighting some of the most memorable nameless characters as they explore colonial and postcolonial rule, immigrant experience and love.