Q & A with Awes A. Osman on Books, Conflict & Displacement

A few months ago we featured an excerpt of Awes A. Osman’s novel, Skinless Goat in Somalia, as part of #100daysofafricanreads. The book was inspired by Awes Osman’s student days in India and focuses on the story of an Indian…

[Conversation] Michael Baird: “I’m not a purist, but I want to be able to hear your roots in music”

  Interview by John Wisniewski Born in 1954 in Lusaka, Zambia, and of British nationality, Michael Baird spent his first 10 years in Zambia, then went to England and has been residing in Holland since he was 13. He founded…

Tito Valery “I Am Particularly Interested In Working With Artists Who Have A Vision "

  Interviewed by Dzekashu MacViban   Last month I introduced a collaborative project Bakwa was working on with Tito Valery in the article “Black and White are Colours Too: the Ambitious Experiments of Tito’s Photography”, wherein I discussed the experimental…

Naoumie Ekiko: From Kumba to New York

Originally Published on Interviews with Jodelle   Jodelle: Can you please introduce yourself to our readers? Naoumie: My name is Naoumie Ekiko, I am from Cameroon and I live in New York now. I have been modeling for some time…

Jack Little : Sometimes foreign writers living in Mexico misconstrue the country in their work

  Jack Little (b. 1987) is a writer from Newcastle, currently based in Mexico City. He has forthcoming poems in Wasafiri, Ink, Sweat and Tears and The Barehands Anthology. He is the founding editor of  The Ofi Press Magazine, which…

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