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‘[Short Story Day Africa] articulates the relationship between globalized first-world culture, with its expectations of fiction, genre, and style, and various African localities.’ - Los Angeles Review of Books.

Short Story Day Africa brings together writers, readers, booksellers, publishers, teachers and school children from all over the globe to write, submit, read, workshop and discuss stories. The shortlist of 1st, 2nd and 3rd place will be announced in early 2018.

Longlisted authors:

  • Innocent Ilo (Nigeria)
  • Okafor Tochukwu (Nigeria)
  • David Medalie (South Africa)
  • Michael Yee (South Africa)
  • Nadu Ologoudou (Benin)
  • Kharys Laue (South Africa)
  • Harriet Anena (Uganda)
  • Agazit Abate (Ethiopia)
  • Eric Essono Tsimi (Cameroon)
  • Heran Abate (Ethiopia)
  • Michael Agugom (Nigeria)
  • Alithnayn Abdulkareem (Nigeria)
  • Alexis Teyie (Kenya)
  • Genna Gardini (South Africa)
  • Adelola Ojutiku (Nigeria)
  • Hanna Ali (Somalia)
  • Michelle Angwenyi (Kenya)
  • Lester Walbrugh (South Africa)
  • Chourouq Nasri (Morocco)
  • Cherrie Kandie (Kenya)
  • Farai Mudzingwa (Zimbabwe)
ISBN-13: 978-1-78026-459-2
Format: Paperback
Page extent: 284
Publication date: 12 July 2018

Date added: January 10, 2018

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