In his first short story to be published, Roy weaves the intricacies of relationship issues, as experienced by the narrator, and by the latter’s aunt, into a beautiful juxtaposition that portrays two people’s differing approaches to love.
Socrates Mbamalu takes on Chigozie Obioma’s Guardian article against provincial writing. He questions the arguments Chigozie puts forth and gives a deep analysis in defence of provincial writing.
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
In line with its mission to create a space where high quality writing can be nurtured and published, Bakwa … More
Cliquez ici pour lire la version en français UPDATE: the deadline has been extended to August 15 Bakwa magazine, the … More
Dzekashu MacViban Very rarely are pioneer works mistreated the way I am Vindicated has been. In 1959, Sankie Maimo … More
Ali Znaidi First session of The House of Fiction. Photo credit The House of Fiction Facebook Page. Can creative writing … More
The excerpt below, from Awes A. Osman’s novel Skinless Goat in Somalia, is part of #100daysofafricanreads (curated by @SisterKilljoy). The … More
[Part 1] Oscar C. Labang For a very long time now, I have struggled with inner pressures not to join … More