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The African Street Writer (TASW) blog was founded in 2012, in a bid to promote, enthuse and celebrate contemporary African writings. TASW has published lots of beautiful literary works of writers from Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and others countries and off-course, from African writers abroad. TASW also ... [according to site editor's information]
theafricanstreetwriter.com/
Portal zum Thema Kriminalroman mit ein Regionen-Seite zu Afrika auf dem Autorenporträts mit detaillierter Bibliographie sowie ausführliche Buchbesprechungen zu finden sind. Jedes Buch darf kommentiert und mit dem »Spannungsthermometer« bewertet werden. [Redaktion ilissAfrica]
www.krimi-couch.de/krimis/krimis-aus-afrika.html
The Ghana Book Development Council (GBDC)has been established as an operating agency under the Ministry of Education. The Ghana Book Development Council is to nurture and develop an indigenous and vibrant Book Industry that will provide the foundation for the creation of a functionally Literate Society. [according to site editor's information]
gbdc.gov.gh/
EABDA's mission is to facilitate book trade by promoting the reading culture in East Africa and supporting the development of all functions of the book sector- from authorship to publishing, book marketing and distribution. [according to site editor's information]
eabda.or.ke/
The National Book Development Council of Kenya (NBDCK) is a non-governmental and non-profit Organization made up of a national membership network of stakeholders in both the private and public sectors who are involved in the promotion of literacy and a reading culture in one way or another. They include ... [according to site editor's information]
www.nationalbookcouncilkenya.org/
This British Academy partnership programme aims to examine the institutions and processes behind textual production and the role of print culture in constituting national identities in South Africa in the 20th century. Partners will examine the history of South Africa’s national publishers and also the ... [according to site editor's information]
www.printculturesouthafrica.org/
The Etisalat Prize for Literature is the first ever pan-African prize celebrating first time writers of published fiction books. The Prize aims to serve as a platform for the discovery of new creative talent out of the continent and invariably promote the burgeoning publishing industry in Africa. [according to site editor's information]
prize.etisalat.com.ng/
Yearly Nigerian Prize for Literature endowed by Nigeria LNG Limited rotating among four literary genres (prose, poetry, drama and children's literature). [editor's ilissAfrica]
www.nlng.com/PageEngine.aspx?&id=63
This website gathers a montage of the archival sources gathered during Enriquo Martinos PHD. About a thousand two hundred items and counting hundreds of pages long, from fourteen archives in nine countries. The sources trace amongst other things, the migrants and labourers in and around the plantation ... [according to the site editor's information & editors ilissAfrica]
www.opensourceguinea.org
Badilisha Poetry X-Change is both an online audio archive and Pan-African poetry show delivered in radio format. Now the largest online collective of African poets on the planet, Badilisha has showcased and archived over 350 Pan-African poets from 24 different countries. Each week, two new poets are ... [according to site editor's information]
badilishapoetry.com
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