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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
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Short Story Day Africa brings together writers, readers, booksellers, publishers, teachers and school children from all over the globe to write, submit, read, workshop and discuss stories. This is the fourth in the SSDA collection of anthologies which aim to break the one-dimensional view of African story telling and fiction writing. Longlisted Authors: Mirette Bhagat Eskaros (Egypt) Stacy Hardy (South Africa) Okafor Tochukwu (Nigeria) Lauri Kubuitsile (Botswana) Blaize Kaye (South Africa) Umar Turaki (Nigeria) Aba Asibon (Ghana) Mary Ononokpono (Nigeria) Gamu Chamisa (Zimbabwe) Fred Khumalo (South Africa) Mignotte Mekuria (Ethiopia) Nyarsipi Odeph (Kenya) Arja Salafranca (South Africa) Francis Aubee (The Gambia) Sibongile Fisher (South Africa) Megan Ross (South Africa) Anne Moraa (Kenya) TJ Benson (Nigeria) Edwin Okolo (Nigeria) Karen Jennings (South Africa) Izda Luhumyo (Kenya) Paperback: 284 pages Publisher: New Internationalist (July 2017) Language: English Dimensions: 194mm x 129mm ISBN-13: 978-1-78026-405-9 ESBN: 978-1-78026-406-6 Format: Paperback Publication date: July 2017
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