Micheal Armitage’s exhibition Paradise Edict pays homage to the East African Artistic tradition.
Musa Okwonga’s memoir, One of Them, is a compelling, behind-the-scenes look at Eton College, told from a black student’s perspective
Omusana Review mourns the passing of Egyptian Feminist Writer and Activist, Nawal El Saadawi
2020 is a year that we will not soon forget. In a year of disruptions, literature stood out as a balm for an awkward reality.
From activism to democracy; individualism to dignity, this year’s 1-54 Contemporary African Art fair touched on a myriad of themes that highlighted the unbreakable bonds between Africa and its Diaspora.
Mental health, religion and the immigrant experience take center stage in Yaa Gyasi’s new novel, Transcendent Kingdom.
The Girl With the Louding Voice is a delightful novel that follows the trials and triumphs of Adunni, a fourteen-year-old domestic worker in Nigeria.
Bernadine Evaristo’s new novel Girl, Woman, Other is a tender, thought-provoking, and gleefully original novel that follows twelve characters as they chart a meaningful existence in Britain.