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Africa39 : new writing from Africa south of the Sahara
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Ellah Wakatama Allfrey is the former deputy editor of Granta, and a freelance editor and critic. She was the chair of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize in 2014.

Wole Soyinka, born in Abeokuta, Nigeria, is one of Africa's most important writers. Best known for his plays, including Death and the King's Horseman, he is also acclaimed for his poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, including the classic memoir Aké: The Years of Childhood. He was an important activist in Nigeria's fight for independence, and was the first writer from Africa to win the Nobel Prize in 1986. He is Professor in Residence at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.

- (McMillan Palgrave)

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