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Like Water Like Sea review - Olumide Popoola - Afrocritik
In “Like Water Like Sea”, Olumide Popoola Offers an Exploration of Contemporary Human Experiences

Like Water Like Sea explores various aspects of friendship, relationships, and gender. Through her characters,…

Ike Anya’s “Small by Small” is a Medical, Personal, and Artistic Triumph

Small by Small is a triumph of personal and artistic vision which at once narrates…

Tolu’ A. Akinyemi’s “Black Does Not Equal Inferior” Invokes the Spirit of the Harlem Renaissance | Afrocritik
Tolu’ A. Akinyemi’s “Black Does Not Equal Inferior” Invokes the Spirit of the Harlem Renaissance

Akinyemi’s poetry is poignantly evocative. The poignancy is reflective of the relative subject matter he…

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Onyeka Nwelue Set to Release a New Book, “The Nigerian Mafia: Johannesburg”

The filmic novel, the third instalment of a ten-book series set in 10 countries, will…

“On the Train to Hell” Review: Throes and Consciousness Helm Tolu A Akinyemi’s Poetry Collection

The emotions of the poet burn through the pages of On the Train to Hell.…

“Love Grows Stronger in Death” Anthology Explores the Depth of Human Emotions Amidst Mortality

Though this is a small sample of the deluge of writing coming out of Africa,…

Ayòbámi Adébáyò and Caleb Azumah Nelson Shortlisted for the 2024 Dylan Thomas Prize

The winner will be announced at a ceremony in Swansea on Thursday, May 16, 2024.…

Tares Oburumu’s Origin of Syma Species - review - Afrocritik
The Portrayal of Place, Dream, and History in Tares Oburumu’s “Origin of Syma Species”

Oburumu’s engagement with his poetic devices is impressive, and although his poems in this collection…

Africanfuturism Anthology - Afrocritik
Africanfuturism:  A Literary Plane of Infinite Possibilities for Africa’s Future

The philosophy behind Africanfuturism awakens that tendency to think, to ruminate over the portends of…

Dennis Mugaa - Half Portraits Underwater - Afrocritik
“All Art Helps Us to See the Humanity of Another”: Kenya Writer, Dennis Mugaa, Speaks About His Forthcoming Debut, “Half Portraits Under Water”

“It’s important for a writer to remain true to their work and believe that it…