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July 6, Ethiopian Poet Lemn Sissay reads selections from his work and participates in a moderated discussion. February 3, Chinelo Okparanta is a Nigerian-American writer.
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Chinelo Okparanta read selections from her work and participated in a moderated discussion. Tadjo is professor and head of the French department at Wits University in Johannesburg, South Africa, and in Fall , visiting professor in the French department at Rutgers. She is a writer and poet. Somali writer and poet Zainab Hassan discusses her work in an interview presented in partnership with the Africa Society of the National Summit on Africa. December 3, Mukoma wa Ngugi was born in in Evanston, Ill. November 14, Djiboutian author Abdourahman Waberi read from his work and discussed the state of contemporary African literature, especially highlighting African languages and culture.
May 8, Nigerian writer A. Igoni Barrett reads from his work and discusses the state of contemporary African literature. April 2, Poet Omekongo Dibanga, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, reads from his work and discusses the state of contemporary African literature.
March 21, Ethiopian novelist Maaza Mengiste reads from her work and discuss the state of contemporary African literature. November 7, Anna Mwalagho, Kenyan Storyteller and Poet reads from her work and discusses the state of contemporary African literature. September 25, Mandlakayise C. Matyumza discusses African poets and writers in an event co-sponsored by the Africa Society for the National Summit on Africa.
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Conversations with African Poets and Writers Descriptions and Webcasts of Past Presentations This page describes past programs in the series and links to Webcasts of these conversations. I am published poet. Some of. My poems are here too. Foxx - OMGosh this is brilliant Fabulous Job Adrian Waldorf - Amazing job. Swain - Great!!
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Well written, Emotional. Love Africa. Proud to be One! Poetic Issues - Very nice. Thank you for sharing this beautiful poem.