Enroll Now for Smashwords Summer/Winter Sale It’s summer in the Northern Hemisphere and winter in the Southern Hemisphere. That means it’s time for Smashwords biggest ebook sale of the year! The 11th annual Smashwords Summer/Winter Sale kicks off July 1 and runs through July 31. Enroll your books now at https://www.smashwords.com/dashboard/sitewidePromos or click the enrollment
To support the rapidly growing African publishing industry, the International Publishers Association (IPA) and the Kenya Publishers Association (KPA) have partnered to host a continent-wide platform for sectoral innovation. This year’s seminar, themed Africa Rising: Realising Africa’s Potential as a Global Publishing Leader in the 21st Century, builds on discussions from the ground-breaking event held
African Writers Conference, organized by African Development Trust, has extended the deadline for submission of flash fiction, short stories, and children’s by two weeks. If you have not yet submitted, please do.
The African Writers Development Trust (AWDT) is accepting submissions for the 2019 African Writers Award on the theme “Cultural stereotypes in African Literature: Rewriting the narrative for the 21st Century Reader” in the following categories: Flash Fiction: Max 300 words Short Stories: 2,500 – 5,000 words Poetry: Max 30 lines Children’s stories: Max 1,500 with illustrations
These are the nineties , troubled times. Africa has reached puberty, and is starting to shave off the colonial residue. For a boy growing up around this time, every feeling, experience, breaking and falling is heightened to the nth level. A time which a boy sees his mother’s reprimands as a gross violation against a
The African Writers Conference is an event conceptualized by the African Writers Development Trust aimed at bringing together writers of African descent to a common platform, building bridges for networking, providing opportunities for writers to promote themselves and their work, and sustaining conversations on the advancement of the collective interests of African writers. The 2019