Rwanda Inc: How a Devastated Nation Became an Economic Model for the Developing World

Author is mostly known for  Patricia Crisafulli is a creative writer and best-selling author. She is also the founder ofwww.FaithHopeandFiction.com, a free bi-monthly e-literary magazine. A collection of her essays and short stories, Inspired Every Day, will be published by Hallmark in March 2014. Andrea Redmond is a business consultant.Before being an independent consultant, Andrea Redmond... Continue Reading →

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In the Country of No Men By Hicham Matar

 Author is mostly known for His debut novel In the Country of Men was shortlisted for the 2006 Man Booker Prize In the Country of Men received accolades from writers including J. M. Coetzee, Anne Michaels and Nadeem Aslam It was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize and the Guardian First Book Award 2006 "In the Country of Men" has been translated into 22 languages Matar's short story, "Naima", was included in The... Continue Reading →

Anthills of the Savannah by Chinua Achebe

  Author is mostly known for Things Fall Apart (1958), which is the most widely read book in modern African literature Others publications  Novels Things Fall Apart (1958) No Longer at Ease (1960) Arrow of God (1964) A Man of the People (1966) Anthills of the Savannah (1987) Short stories Marriage Is A Private Affair... Continue Reading →

There was a country by Chinua Achebe

  Author is mostly known for Things Fall Apart (1958), which is the most widely read book in modern African literature Others publications  Novels Things Fall Apart (1958) No Longer at Ease (1960) Arrow of God (1964) A Man of the People (1966) Anthills of the Savannah (1987) Short stories Marriage Is A Private Affair... Continue Reading →

AfroElle magazine Afropolitan Issue – Africa in 2063

As an Afropolitan , I have had the honour to contribute  to AfroElle Afropolitan Issue my vision of Africa in 2063. About AfroElle AfroElle is an online destination for women of African heritage. AfroElle's overall aim is to provide content for black women around the world and for them to find empowerment and encouragement to lead... Continue Reading →

Something Torn and New: An African Renaissance by Ngugi Wa Thiong’o

Technically, this is a set of lectures by Professor Thiong’o on African renaissance and languages. The author presents the case for writing in African languages and the pride of African names. Also, there is a great discussion on what is needed for an African Renaissance. You would expect this to be a tedious read, but... Continue Reading →

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