Here are 7 poetry collections by muslim writers, full of verses that celebrates the multiplicity of Islamic identity
When one has successfully crossed the bridge of not just being the good but the best, he must try hard to remain so; it pays.
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A collection of poems, essays and short stories based on the discourse revolving the plight and quandary faced by the boy child was first opened for submission to poets and writers around the world last year edited by Jaachi Anyatonwu, Jamiu Ahmed, John Chizoba Vincent, Uchendu Njieonye, Maxwell Onyemaechi Opia-Enwemuche & Ebubechukwu Bruno Nwagbo.
Ungbemgbe is one of the tropical plants, which bears “flavour-tripping” fruits, which taste several hundred times sweeter than sugar. Ungbemgbe bears areal fruits just like guava, mango, orange, etc. trees.
ACEworld (Publishers & Magazine) launches new home, Bookstore.
Our goal is to encourage reading/writing culture of African youths and also have their works published with ease.
The book “Poems by Sahaj Sabharwal” has been released worldwide on 20th July 2019 .…
Omenana Speculative Fiction Magazine is currently open for submissions. Calling for art, fiction, and non-fiction from artists and writers from Africa and the African Diaspora. Send your work before June 15th 2019!
The Johannesburg Institute for Advanced Study (JIAS) invites applications for its Fifth Writing Semester, which will run from 3 February to 31 May 2020.
Black Warrior Review is accepting unsolicited submissions of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for its winter/spring 2020 issue.
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Applications are now open for the maiden Punocracy Prize for Satire (PuPS) Writing Competition, 2019. Punocracy is Nigeria’s first strictly satirical blog.
A $12,000 advance and publication by Graywolf Press will be awarded to a first novel manuscript by an African author. Graywolf is always looking for work that is distinctive, artistically singular, and of a high literary quality.
With the announcement of its new Arts in Society program, Boston Review is pleased to adopt a new contest model shaped by social justice and accessibility concerns.
Call for Submissions || Boston Review: Aura Estrada Short Story Contest (Deadline: 31 May) Submissions for Yvonne…
Call for Submissions || Wole Soyinka Prize 2019 (Deadline: 31 May) We are pleased to…
Call for Submissions || Geko Mofolo Prize (Deadline: 31 July) We are delighted to share…
Call for Submissions || 2019 Writivism Rukiga Youth Prize (Deadline: 03 May) ‘A writing prize…