In the year 2006 the Egyptian writer Muhammad Alladin published his first novel. The title of this novel was “The Gospel according to Adam”. This book was not to be his first and last. Four more novels were written by him. Here you find an interview with the writer and a long passage from his … Continue reading the gospel according to adam
One year after the death of the celebrated South African author Nadine Gordimer the writer Karina M. Szczurek return to the notes of the days and takes herself back to those and not just to Nadine.
This is an interview with Lizzy Attree, the director of the Caine Prize. The interview is on the foreigness of the Prize. It is probably the most important prize on African Literature, but its seat is in London (United Kingdom). This can be an important issue, but the place a Prize has is the place … Continue reading caine prize gets the sack
The South African writer Mandla Langa mourns the death of the Zimbabwean writer Chenjerai Hove, who passed away in Stavanger, Norway. Hove lived in Norway in exile, due to pressures of the regime of Robert Mugabe, the strong man in Zimbabwe.
It has been made known that the Zimbabwean writer Chenjerai Hove has passed away. Hove lived in exile in Norway, after he fled the Mugabe-regime in Zimbabwe.
He left his native Zimbabwe due to the president Robert Mugabe. He had been a fierce critic of his dictatorial regime. He settled in the less warm country of Norway. Chenjerai Hove passed away.