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Water: New Short Story Fiction from Africa

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Water: New Short Story Fiction from Africa

A wonderful collection of water-themed stories from Africa's latest literary initiative, inspired by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

Short Story Day Africa brings together writers, readers, booksellers, publishers, teachers and school children from all over the globe to write, submit, read, workshop and discuss stories. This is the third in the SSDA collection of anthologies which aim to break the one-dimensional view of African story telling and fiction writing.

ISBN-13: 978-1-78026-308-3

Dimensions: 19.3 x 12.9 cm

Paperback: 272 pages

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Shortlisted Authors:

Alex Latimer (South Africa)

Fred Khumalo (South Africa)

Chido Muchemwa (Zimbabwe)

Cat Hellisen (South Africa)

Megan Ross (South Africa)

Mark Winkler (South Africa)

Longlisted Authors:

Donald Molosi (Botswana)

Wairimu Muriithi (Kenya)

Christine Coates (South Africa)

Mark Mngomezulu (Swaziland)

Louis Ogbere (Nigeria)

Efemia Chela (Ghana/Zambia)

Florence Onyango (Kenya)

Louis Greenberg (South Africa)

Wesley Macheso (Malawi)

Siyanda Mohutsiwa (Botswana)

Alexis Teyie (Kenya)

Mary Okon Ononokpono (Nigeria/UK)

Dayo Ntwari (Rwanda)

Thabo Jijana (South Africa)

Pede Hollist (Sierra Leone)

About the Editors:

Karina Szczurek is an editor of fiction and non-fiction. She writes short stories, novels, poetry and plays.

Nick Mulgrew is a freelance editor and a columnist for the Sunday Times, South Africa.

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ISBN 978-1-78026-308-3
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