Organizers have announced the longlist for the 2023 Island Prize for a Debut Novel from Africa.
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Here, Sudanese writer, critic, and scholar Ishraga Mustafa Hamid offers an introduction to Sudanese women’s writing from the 1950s to the present. She is joined by fellow Sudanese writers Zeinab […]
As part of our special “In Focus: Sudan” section, three Sudanese writers put together a list of their highlights from recent Sudanese literature.
For this week’s Lit & Found, we continue our focus on Sudanese authors. Over at her website, sabahsanhouri.com, Sudanese poet and fiction writer Sabah Sanhouri has posted a number of […]
If you were to choose 4-7 titles that would represent, to you, the most interesting books (perhaps experimental, challenging, or influential in some way) written by Sudanese writers in the last 10 years, what would they be? And (perhaps more importantly) why?
“As you dive into these poignant excerpts, savor the literature for its creativity, experimentation, and musicality … but just as important, remember what it took for these voices to reach you.”
This May 2022, we launch our third “In Focus” section. For our “New & Inventive Voices” feature, we asked a number of Sudanese writers to put together a list of […]
For our focus on Sudan, scholar, translator, and writer Adil Babikir highlights a few of Sudan’s most important literary greats.
rganizers today announced the winner of the 2021 Prix de La Littérature Arabe, a French prize that celebrates literature by Arab authors written in French or literature translated from Arabic to French.