Literary Sudans

February 26, 2013
An introduction to contemporary literature from Sudan and South Sudan.
By  
Francis Deng
December 2, 2012
Preface to Cry of the Owl Francis Mading Deng is currently South Sudan's first ambassador to the United Nations. His prolific career not...
By  
Jamal Mahjoub
December 2, 2012
The Drift Latitudes: A Synposis The Drift Latitudes is a position of uncertainty. A human condition which is increasingly commonplace. A...
By  
David L. Lukudu
December 2, 2012
It was hardly noon, and Fatna was holding a five-litre plastic jerry can and was bending and pouring for the third time its contents into...
By  
Tarek Eltayeb
December 2, 2012
Translator’s Introduction: New Migrations North in Tarek Eltayeb's Cities Without Palms The son of Sudanese parents, Tarek Eltayeb was born...
By  
Edward Eremugo Luka
December 2, 2012
In the enclosure next door to where Nyambura slept, the single cock crowed at the usual time. The cold early morning breeze blew through...
By  
Leila Aboulela
December 2, 2012
They set out early, before sunset. Not the right time for visiting, but it was going to be a long drive and his sister Manaal said she...
By  
Bhakti Shringarpure
December 3, 2012
“War may be serious business, but you would never know it from the casual manner in which African wars tend to be reported in the Western...

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