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October 15, 2022

Chinny Ukata and Astrid Madimba on how their “conversational approach to the book and podcast allows us to reach audiences who wouldn’t typically engage with such content.”

September 7, 2022

With Glory, the Zimbabwean joins Nigeria’s Chigozie Obioma and India’s Rohinton Mistry in an elite group.

July 16, 2022

Does your book club think it has what it takes to be Booker Prize judges? Would you like to attend this year’s Booker Prize ceremony?

July 11, 2022

In addition to mentorship by Inua Ellams, Jay Bernard, Nadifa Mohamed, Vinay Patel, and Nikesh Shukla, winners will get sessions with Booker Prize winner Bernardine Evaristo.

May 4, 2022

The Nigerian social critic has blogged extensively on the intersection of African literature and politics.

April 29, 2022

The author of God’s Children Are Broken Little Things is “destined to join the ranks of artists such as Zadie Smith and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.”

February 10, 2022

The South African stylist, just announced as the February 2022 cover star of Open Country Mag, makes the shortlist with his Booker Prize-winning novel The Promise.

January 27, 2022

In Yinka, Where Is Your Huzband?, a woman charts the pressure to marry, and finds self-love.

January 21, 2022

It includes BAME, neurodiverse, LGBTQ+, and visually and hearing impaired as well as mental health advocates.

December 23, 2021

The £10,000 award went to Ethiopia’s Meron Hadero in 2021.

December 21, 2021

The Three of Us, about a British Nigerian family, explores “questions about cultural expectations, the fine line between compromise and betrayal, and the nature of truth.”

December 2, 2021

The Booker Prize winner will be the second woman to hold the position. She is “one of literature’s most passionate and effective advocates,” said retiring president Marina Warner.

October 7, 2021

Partnering with The Booksellers Association, Gardners, and The Bookseller, the initiative will see booksellers from Black and marginalized groups open their own indie bookshops.

August 9, 2021

The book has been described as “playful, frightening, shocking,” one that “will make you think, or make you laugh.”

August 9, 2021

With Love in Colour: Mythical Tales from Around The World, Retold, the Nigerian British writer reinvents centuries-old love stories from West Africa, South Asia, and ancient Greece.

July 26, 2021

June 9, 2021

The novelist—Open Country Mag’s December 2020 cover star—is recognized for her “unflinching, unswerving gaze,” having “charted the development of Zimbabwe from a British colony to an autocratic and troubled free state.”

October 15, 2022

Chinny Ukata and Astrid Madimba on how their “conversational approach to the book and podcast allows us to reach audiences who wouldn’t typically engage with such content.”

September 7, 2022

With Glory, the Zimbabwean joins Nigeria’s Chigozie Obioma and India’s Rohinton Mistry in an elite group.

July 16, 2022

Does your book club think it has what it takes to be Booker Prize judges? Would you like to attend this year’s Booker Prize ceremony?

July 11, 2022

In addition to mentorship by Inua Ellams, Jay Bernard, Nadifa Mohamed, Vinay Patel, and Nikesh Shukla, winners will get sessions with Booker Prize winner Bernardine Evaristo.

May 4, 2022

The Nigerian social critic has blogged extensively on the intersection of African literature and politics.

April 29, 2022

The author of God’s Children Are Broken Little Things is “destined to join the ranks of artists such as Zadie Smith and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.”

February 10, 2022

The South African stylist, just announced as the February 2022 cover star of Open Country Mag, makes the shortlist with his Booker Prize-winning novel The Promise.

January 27, 2022

In Yinka, Where Is Your Huzband?, a woman charts the pressure to marry, and finds self-love.

January 21, 2022

It includes BAME, neurodiverse, LGBTQ+, and visually and hearing impaired as well as mental health advocates.

December 23, 2021

The £10,000 award went to Ethiopia’s Meron Hadero in 2021.

December 21, 2021

The Three of Us, about a British Nigerian family, explores “questions about cultural expectations, the fine line between compromise and betrayal, and the nature of truth.”

December 2, 2021

The Booker Prize winner will be the second woman to hold the position. She is “one of literature’s most passionate and effective advocates,” said retiring president Marina Warner.

October 7, 2021

Partnering with The Booksellers Association, Gardners, and The Bookseller, the initiative will see booksellers from Black and marginalized groups open their own indie bookshops.

August 9, 2021

The book has been described as “playful, frightening, shocking,” one that “will make you think, or make you laugh.”

August 9, 2021

With Love in Colour: Mythical Tales from Around The World, Retold, the Nigerian British writer reinvents centuries-old love stories from West Africa, South Asia, and ancient Greece.

July 26, 2021

The book, a tribute to horror stories, arrives in 2022.

June 9, 2021

The novelist—Open Country Mag’s December 2020 cover star—is recognized for her “unflinching, unswerving gaze,” having “charted the development of Zimbabwe from a British colony to an autocratic and troubled free state.”

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