Joanne Hichens

Joanne Hichens reflects on the lighter side of life with wicked humour, but just as fearlessly exposes the dark side. As a child, books were her refuge, particularly those where good and evil fought it out till justice was served and the world was once more aligned. As a writer, whether of crime fiction or memoir, she explores, and delights in, this fragile equilibrium. 

The rise of African Zines

Print was long the natural habitat of African literature but online literary magazines are emerging as a new home for the continent’s countless stories an

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The Paradox of Order and Chaos

Nana-Ama Danquah is an author, editor, freelance journalist, ghostwriter, public speaker, actress, and teacher. Her groundbreaking memoir, Willow Weep for Me: A Black Woman’s Journey Through

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