This is an installment of a series of interviews with writers who have African roots. Aaron Bady is the one who does the questions, but at times he seems to be a bit of a lawyer of the writers as well. He does not take lightly a critical review of a book by one of his favourites. I think these interviewed women are strong enough to make their own stand.
Please, read the questions and answers, that are provided by Laila Lalami.