Saturday, July 23, 2011
A Caine Prize diary
A good piece by Tolu Ogunlesi
"I've come to realise that there will never be an end to all those debates - around "authenticity", "identity", "stereotyping" and "audience" - that follow writers of African origin wherever they go. African writers will forever carry the burdens of having to comment, not merely about their "Africanness" as individuals, but also about the Africanness of their writing."
Posted by Chielozona Eze at 6:27 PM
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