April 13, 2012
An excerpt from chapter six, “Rome’s Rome,” [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_original","fid":"616","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"...
Opinion
April 5, 2012
There is a certain missed opportunity in America’s box-office obsession with The Hunger Games which, while being an entertaining movie in...
retrospectives
February 27, 2012
Twenty years ago, in November 1992, Ghirmai Negash delivered “The Freedom of the Writer” as a speech at the then Officers Club in Asmara,...
retrospectives
February 15, 2012
This reprint has been published with the permission of the publisher, The Red Sea Press In the mid-fifties, Villaggio Paradiso was a lot...
Conversations
January 29, 2012
In a rare coincidence, two young women authors who originate from the Horn of Africa wrote critically acclaimed debut novels in the same...
retrospectives
January 16, 2012
I began reading Hope Deferred with little hope of my own, imagining that reading it would be an exercise in enduring a collage of...
retrospectives
January 4, 2012
An excerpt from the novel, Pawns by the late Zimbabwean author Charles Samupindi Claiming Landscapes, a photo-essay by David Brazier on...
retrospectives
January 4, 2012
Chapter 2 THEN… Back in time some people were so thin that they had to jump around in the rain to get wet. Back in time. GHETTO BOY Why am...
Reviews
December 31, 2011
Warscapes asked readers to share titles of books evocative of war and conflict that have made a lasting impact on them – works which...