The Single Story Foundation launch journal of writing from Africa and the diaspora
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The Single Story Foundation has launched an online journal of literary writing from Africa and the diaspora.

Contributors hail from Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Botswana, Somalia, Britain, and Cameroon. They are Lauri Kubuitsile, Athol Williams, Efe Ogufere, Timi Odueso, Ahmad Holderness, OJ Nwankwo, Taiye Ojo, Torinmo Salau, Fahima Hersi, Rešoketšwe Manenzhe, Helen Nde, Ané Breytenbach, Muwanwu Sikhitha, Ifeanyichukwu Eze, CJ Nelson and Carey Baraka.

You can read individual published pieces on the website:

Or, read and download the entire journal at:

‘The TSSF Journal is one of the new publications offering opportunities to accommodate the exploding literary culture that is sweeping the African landscape and diaspora,’ Tiah Beautement, managing editor of TSSF Journal says. ‘We hope you enjoy the results of our team’s endeavour.’

Wale Owoade, founder and publisher of EXPOUND Magazine says, ‘The design is stunning. TSSF Journal guys have done a great job and the cover is mind blowing.’

Tiah Beautement, Genna Gardini and Tolu Daniel edited this issue. The TSSF Journal will be open for submissions for its second issue on 2 January, 2018. For further information, please contact Tiah Beautement at

Categories Africa Fiction Non-fiction

Tags Ahmad Holderness Ané Breytenbach Athol Williams Botswana Britain Cameroon Carey Baraka CJ Nelson Efe Ogufere Fahima Hersi Genna Gardini Helen Nde Ifeanyichukwu Eze Kenya Lauri Kubuitsile Muwanwu Sikhitha Nigeria OJ Nwankwo Rešoketšwe Manenzhe Single Story Foundation Single Story Foundation Journal Somalia South Africa Taiye Ojo Tiah Beautement Timi Odueso Tolu Daniel Torinmo Salau

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