According to this article this is the top in writing with its origin in West Africa. All these writers are no longer living in West Africa but have moved, some at a young age, to other pastures. Many are now living in the United States of America. The majority of the writers mentioned has Nigerian … Continue reading The top West African diaspora authors you must read
This is an interview with the writer Nigerican writer Teju Cole, the man of art and Open City. He published his Blind Spot. Surely a name to get questioned about and that is what happened.
The American / Nigerian Teju Cole became know as a writer, one of his books was Open City. He is a keen observer, of paintings of old masters, of landscapes, of casual things. Now he has published a collection of photographs and he talks about it in this article.
The Nigerian / American Teju Cole shot to fame through his writing. There is, however, more to Teju Cole than holding a pen. He is an art historian. He is an avid photographer and he connect all this bit and parts of his life. Read here about an exposition in New York (USA) by Teju … Continue reading A second look at Teju Cole
The writer Teju Cole is much than a writer, he is an art historian, he is a photographer. He cannot be boxed in. In this article he tells about his relationship with his camera. He has recently published a book of photographs. On his Instagram account we have been able to see his work with … Continue reading My camera is like
Two writers with roots in West Africa met to talk. They both stormed into the literary limelights when they published their debut novels. Here you will read their thoughts on Afropolitism, race, Africa, writing and some other subjects.