Author of ‘A Common Currency For West Africa’, Abdulrasheed Isah, wishes he had discovered Arundhati Roy much earlier. ‘I am amazed at how she writes fascinating stories with profound rigour and simplicity… and how she uses fiction as a tool to fight social injustice. Few writers combine these qualities.’
Author of ‘(Purse) Strings Attached’, Paula Akugizibwe, used to resist ambiguity. More recently, however, ‘I’ve grown more comfortable with uncertainty if that’s what is most honest—both in my writing and in my lived experiences—and it’s liberating. Read our interview.
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