June 2, 2020
As African writers without borders who are connected beyond geography with those who live in the United States of America and other parts...
Opinion
April 28, 2020
“A novel is a mirror walking down a long road.” --Stendhal, The Red and the Black As we writers know, we have a great habit of being locked...
Poetry
April 19, 2020
I know, I know, It threatens the common gestures of human bonding The handshake, The hug The shoulders we give each other to cry on The...
Reviews
April 2, 2020
I got my copy of Makena Maganjo’s South B's Finest a few days prior to Kenya's first Covid-19 case. Reading it now, a few days into this...
blog
April 1, 2020
We find ourselves in a truly challenging moment as this coronavirus pandemic becomes a long and difficult daily reality. Not only are our...
Opinion
March 25, 2020
Can African literature offer a sense of guidance through the current pandemic of COVID-19? Articles have circulated online about “ pandemic...
videos
March 10, 2020
Warscapes magazine launched their literary salons titled "Nairobi: Maps of Exile" in November 2019. These salons are an attempt to reframe...
Literature
April 7, 2019
I like shrinks, she said, chuckling, her face twitching. She should know. For over two years now, she has been in the care of an alienist...
Conversations
June 3, 2018
I recently had the privilege of meeting British-Nigerian writer and professor of literature Sarah Ladipo Manyika at an African literature...