Anyone with an interest in African literature should definitely check out this wonderful new book club by Narrate Africa. Co-directed by Sharon Obuobi (of AADART fame) and Michael Annor, this exciting project hopes to create an online space where people all over the globe can examine African social issues & culture via literature. The first book up for discussion is one of the most talked about publications of 2013, Ghana Must Go by Taiye Selasi. 
Today is the official launch day, so if this sounds like it could be of interest, I’d recommend signing up ASAP. Have a look at Narrate Africa’s website and twitter page for more on how to join and what’s planned over the next few months.

Anyone with an interest in African literature should definitely check out this wonderful new book club by Narrate Africa. Co-directed by Sharon Obuobi (of AADART fame) and Michael Annor, this exciting project hopes to create an online space where people all over the globe can examine African social issues & culture via literature. The first book up for discussion is one of the most talked about publications of 2013, Ghana Must Go by Taiye Selasi

Today is the official launch day, so if this sounds like it could be of interest, I’d recommend signing up ASAP. Have a look at Narrate Africa’s website and twitter page for more on how to join and what’s planned over the next few months.

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