Arabic Literature in Translation: 18 Works Forthcoming in Winter-Spring 2018

by M. Lynx Qualey Eighteen literary works translated from the Arabic and forthcoming in English translation between January 1 and June 20, 2018: January 2018  1 Concerto in al-Quds, by Adonis, translated by Khaled Mattawa, forthcoming from Yale University Press 2 Banthology, ed by Sarah Cleave, forthcoming from Comma Press 3 Frankenstein in Baghdad, by … More Arabic Literature in Translation: 18 Works Forthcoming in Winter-Spring 2018

Y. D Tetteh reminisces about winning 2016 Koffi Addo Prize for Nonfiction

1. What inspired your award winning story, Lost Futures Or: A Guide to Losing Love? I think I had been wanting to write about love – and my experiences of and around it – for a long time, but wasn’t quite sure how to do it. The marriage of my romantic partner, and the end of … More Y. D Tetteh reminisces about winning 2016 Koffi Addo Prize for Nonfiction

2013 Judges’ Comments on Short Story Submissions

It’s been five years since 2013 when we first run the Short Story Prize. The 2013 judges were Ernest Bazanye, Zukiswa Wanner and Ayodele Morroco-Clake. Prolific Ugandan writer Ernest Bazanye made these comments on the submissions. We found that they are still relevant to all of us as writers. “The problem with the arts is … More 2013 Judges’ Comments on Short Story Submissions