Next month London (in the United Kingdom) will be the venue of a collection of short stories written by Leila Aboulela. At the launch will be another writer. Her name is Chibundu Onuzo and she will ask questions. Have a look at this announcement and make sure you will be there. Advertisements
Sometimes a voice comes from far away. Nafisa Zain al-Abidin left her country of birth and decided to move to the United States of America. She had written a book titled ‘Old Drawing’ and now she has published a collection of stories titles ‘Elegant Sins’. In this interview you will find out more about Nafisa.
Some countries have a name in the world of literature. Think of Nigeria, Kenya, let us not forget South Africa. Others stay in the shadows, maybe because English is not an important language in that country. Let us have a look at Sudan. Maybe literature is noit the first word you connect with Sudan. But … Continue reading Preparations completed for launching Al-Tayeb Salih Award’s 8th Session
The Sudanese writer Ann Al-Safi lives and works in the United Arab Emirates. In this interview she talks about her books for young people and adults, about cultural life in the Arabic world, about using scientific ideas in her futuristic works.
In this interview with the Sudanese lecturer Ahmad Alsadiq you will hear his opinion on the role of the Sudanese context and the role of language. In his opinion the Sudanese context is a very complicated context. Who would doubt that? Also arises the topic of language and translation. He himself is a lecturer in … Continue reading Critic Dr. Ahmad Alsadiq: Sudanese narration is an adventurous writing in a very complicated context
Recently the Sudanese writer Saifeddn al-Dosougi passed away, after a long disease. Many people showed their last respects, this showed the popularity of this writer. The writer was born in Omdurman and later studied in Egypt and England. In this article you will find more information about this writer.