The ten winning short stories of Africa’s leading literary award, plus stories from the African winners of the Booker Prize. Introduction by Ben Okri.
L. Aboulela, H. Habila, B. Wainaina, Y.A. Owuor, B. Chikwava, S. Afolabi, M. Watson, M. Arac de Nyeko, H. Rose-Innes & E.C. Osondu, plus J.M Coetzee, N. Gordimer & B. Okri
Now in its tenth year, The Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa’s leading literary prize, and is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere.
Mamle Kabu, Parselelo Kantai, Alistair Morgan, EC Osondu, Mukoma wa Ngugi et al
Twenty-three short stories give a world tour of fiction, from both established and up-and-coming authors
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Jhumpa Lahiri et al
Award winning debut novel about a women growing up in a country struggling to find its post-independence identity.
The best in new African writing - winner and shortlisted stories from the continent’s leading award.
The best in African writing - twenty short stories from the continent’s leading literary award.
The winner (Segun Afolabi) and shortlist from Africa’s leading annual literary award, plus additional stories from across the African world.
Shortlist: Segun Afolabi (winner), Doreen Baingana, Jamal Mahjoub, Muthal Naidoo, Ike Okonta
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