1. Hotel Africa: New short fiction from Africa edited by Helen Moffett

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    Hotel Africa: New short fiction from Africa edited by Helen Moffett

    Short Story Day Africa's next anthology of innovative short fiction is set in the rooms, the passages, the bars and the lobbies of hotels across the continent, and seeks metafiction exploring Africa as a hotel herself. If these walls could talk, what story would they tell?

    Paperback. 288 pages
    Publisher: New Internationalist (2020)
    Language: English
    ISBN: 9781780265056
    Size: 128cm x 194cm

  2. Identity: New Fiction from Africa by SSDA (PB)

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    Identity: New Fiction from Africa by SSDA (PB)

    Short Story Day Africa presents its annual anthology of stories that explore true and alternative African culture through a competition on the theme of Identity. Prepare to be amazed, challanged and enchanted. Paperback. 288 pages. Also available as an Ebook Size: 19.4cm x 12.9cm.
  3. Migrations: New Short Story Fiction from Africa

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    Migrations: New Short Story Fiction from Africa

    Short Story Day Africa presents its annual anthology. The stories explore true and alternative African culture through a competition on the theme of Migrations. 'Wherever we go, so do our stories.' Shortlisted Authors: Sibongile Fisher (South Africa) Mirette Bhagat Eskaros (Egypt) Blaize Kaye (South Africa) Megan Ross (South Africa) Stacy Hardy (South Africa) TJ Benson (Nigeria) Paperback: 284 pages Size: 194mm x 129mm
  4. The Goddess of Mtwara and other stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2017

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    The Goddess of Mtwara and other stories: The Caine Prize for African Writing 2017

    The Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa’s leading literary prize, and is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere. 'A wonderful set of 16 stories that covers a lot of ground and features many genres—from myth and folklore to the postmodern and experimental—in a way that will surely satisfy readers.' Kirkus Reviews Winner of the Caine Prize 2017: Bushra al-Fadil (Sudan) for 'The Story of the Girl whose Birds Flew Away' Shortlisted candidates: Lesley Nneka Arimah (Nigeria) for 'Who Will Greet You At Home' Chikodili Emelumadu (Nigeria) for ‘Bush Baby' Arinze Ifeakandu (Nigeria) for 'God's Children Are Little Broken Things' Magogodi oaMphela Makhene (South Africa) for 'The Virus’ Paperback: 272 pages Size: 19.4cm x 12.9cm
  5. eBook: Glasshopper by Isabel Ashdown

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    eBook: Glasshopper by Isabel Ashdown

    Winner - Mail on Sunday Novel Competition 2008 Best Debut Novels of the Year - Observer 2008 Best Books of the Year - Evening Standard 2009 Shortlisted - Waverton Good Read Award 2009 At once troubling, funny and joyous, this is an intimate, lyrical and deeply moving story of an ordinary family crumbling under the weight of past mistakes. "A beautifully poignant, multi-layered family story. There is glorious detail in the writing which renders it truly memorable." - Bookersatz
  6. Noon in Paris, Eight in Chicago by Douglas Cowie

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    Noon in Paris, Eight in Chicago by Douglas Cowie

    Sharp and intimate, Douglas Cowie's reimagining of the turbulent love affair between Simone de Beauvoir and Nelson Algren asks what it means to love and be loved by the right person at the wrong time. 'This intoxicating portrayal of raw animal-magnetism is a reimagining of the love affair between Simone de Beauvoir and Nelson Algren. It is vividly atmospheric – the literary equivalent of stepping into a Hopper painting. I was walking those 1947 Chicago streets with them.' Pool Paperback: 320 pages Size: 129mm x 198mm
  7. Everything Good Will Come by Sefi Atta Everything Good Will Come by Sefi Atta

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    Everything Good Will Come by Sefi Atta

    Sefi Atta's award-winning debut novel about a woman growing up in Nigeria in 1971, as the country struggles to find its lost-independence and identity. Paperback: 335 pages Size: 20.4cm x 13.4cm
  8. We are Made of Earth by Panos Karnezis (PB)

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    We are Made of Earth by Panos Karnezis (PB)

    From the heart-in-mouth opening scene, to its melancholy ending, this a timely story of refugee's arrival on a foreign shore. Paperback, 224 pages. Size: 19.8cm x 22.9cm. ISBN: 978 1 912408 276 'The literary find of the year' - Annie Proulx
  9. The Bead Collector by Sefi Atta (PB)

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    The Bead Collector by Sefi Atta (PB)

    From award-winning author Sefi Atta, a glimpse into the insular world of upper-class Nigeria during the mid-1970s. A tale of international espionage explored through everyday lives. Paperback, 320 pages. Size: 19.8cm x 12.9cm
  10. To the Volcano, and other stories by Elleke Boehmer (PB)

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    To the Volcano, and other stories by Elleke Boehmer (PB)

    This thrilling new collection of short stories by Elleke Boehmer tracks lives across continents from the perspective of the southern hemisphere—its light, its seas, its sensibilities.  From story to story we walk through radically different worlds and journeys packed with hopes and ideals. Sharp, tender, and always arresting, these exquisitely written pieces crackle with luminous insights as characters struggle to come to terms—with their pasts, with one another, and with themselves.