An African writer? A writer is a writer. Those were my initial thoughts, but a little contact with African literature and my perspective was changed. It first started when I read works of with the prolific Binyavanga Wainana, and Okwiri Oduor, both who have both won the Caine Prize for African Writing. Later, I discovered … Continue reading The Common Narrative for African Writers? [By Carolyne Mutisya]
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The Common Narrative for African Writers? [By Carolyne Mutisya]

An African writer? A writer is a writer. Those were my initial thoughts, but a little contact with African literature and my perspective was changed. It first started when I read works of with the prolific Binyavanga Wainana, and Okwiri Oduor, both who have both won the Caine Prize for African Writing. Later, I discovered … Continue reading The Common Narrative for African Writers? [By Carolyne Mutisya]

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