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Nawal El Saadawi: "All people are mixed blood, the more mixed you are the better" (2016)

African Arguments

Journal Articles


Reclaiming African literature in the digital age: an exploration of online literary platforms (2017)

Critical African Studies

Blog Posts

Transformation of Bodies: A Review of A. Igoni Barrett's 'Black Ass' (2018)

The Wide Margin, 2

#Valentine 2017: 6 African Novels About Heartbreak (2017)

Brittle Paper

My Favourite Books by African Writers in 2016 (2016)

Brittle Paper

Nameless Narrators in African Fiction (2015)

Bakwa Magazine

Ten Gay Characters from African Literature Everyone Should Know (2015)

[with Dele Meiji Fatunla], What’s On Africa

50 Books by African Men Everyone Should Read (2014)

[with Dele Meiji Fatunla],  What's On Africa


Blogging the Caine Prize: Efemia Chela’s “Chicken” (2014)

Africa in Words

50 Books by African Women Everyone Should Read (2014)

[with Dele Meiji Fatunla], What's On Africa

A Look at LGBT Literature in sub-Saharan Africa (2012)

 Gender AcrossBorders



Nawal El Saadawi: "All people are mixed blood, the more mixed you are the better" (2016)

African Arguments

Nawal El Saadawi: "My identity is not fixed" (2016)

New African Magazine


Africa writes back: 10 books to look out for (2016)

New African Magazine

A Powerful Literary Debut: A Review of "We Need New Names" by NoViolet Bulawayo (2014)

Selamta - Ethiopian Airlines Inflight Magazine

Review of The Shining Girls’ (2013)

Paradoxa: Africa SF, 25: 321-325


A New Frontier for African Literature:  A review of AfroSF (2013) 

Selamta – Ethiopian Airlines Inflight Magazine


African Writing and the Caine Prize (2012)

Selamta –Ethiopian Airlines Inflight Magazine


Chair: Cameroonian Lit 101, In Conversation with Dzekashu Macviban, 2018

Africa Writes, London

Chair: In Conversation and Readings with 2018 Caine Prize Shortlisted Writers, 2018

DigitalBack Books, London

Chair: Romance Fiction Readings with Kiru Taye, Ola Awonubi and Nana Prah, 2017

DigitalBack Books, London

Hidden Histories and Forbidden Love: Chinelo Okparanta in Conversation with Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed, 2017

Africa Writes Pop-Up, Bristol

Chair: Saraba Magazine London Launch, 2017

SOAS, London

African Books to Inspire: Buchi Emecheta Book Club in collaboration with Afreada, Afrikult. and bookshy, 2017

Africa Writes, London 

Sunday Chill Sessions: Irenosen Okojie in conversation with Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed, 2017

Simply Gorgeous, London

Chair: Book Launch - Kat Kai Kol-Kes and Stanley Gazemba, 2016

Writivism Festival, Kampala

Chair: Genre Fiction Book Chat with Leye Adenle, Nikhil Singh and Frances Mensah Williams, 2016

Africa Writes, London

Butterfly Fish Book Chat: Irenosen Okojie in conversation with bookshy, 2015

Ake Arts and Book Festival, Abeokuta

Okey Ndibe in conversation with bookshy, 2014

University of Sussex

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