Africa Fresh! New Voices from the First Continent
Lulu.com, 2006 - Literary Collections - 151 pages
An anthology of African writing only featured on the Internet until now, this book features the collected works of writers for the G21 AFRICA section of G21.net. The eight writers represented here are from around the continent and present an exciting look at cutting-edge fiction and reporting from the first continent today.
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