About ten days ago @ngoziodita (Ngozi Odita) and @andshedontstop (Delphine Fawundu) stopped by our offices and Inema Arts Center on their quick layover… of course that lead to great conversations and pics. @houseoftayo was with us too! #earlyTBT
rise and illuminate, y’all! coffee anyone?
rise and illuminate, y’all! coffee, anyone?
#Repost from @dinerenblanckgl. —- save the date! dîner en blanc kigali. #comingsoon #DEBKGL #dinerenblanc #kigali #madewithstudio
rise and illuminate, y’all! tea, anyone? the #DEBKGL edition. #dinerenblanc #kigali #comingsoon
#Repost from @afripopmag —- Yes, please @jamhuriwear. Do we love ‘em? #tekkies #converseallstars
Okwiri Oduor wins 2014 Caine Prize for African writing
Described as “an uplifting story about mourning,” Nairobi-born Oduor’s 2013 work begins with the narrator’s attempts to remember what her father’s face looked like as she struggles to cope with his loss, and follows her as she finds the courage to remember.
“Okwiri Oduor is a writer we are all really excited to have discovered,” said Scottish author and chief judge Jackie Kay, as the prize was presented at the Bodleian Library in Oxford tonight. “My Father’s Head’ is an uplifting story about mourning – Joycean in its reach. She exercises an extraordinary amount of control and yet the story is subtle, tender and moving. It is a story you want to return to the minute you finish it.”
Now in its fifteenth year, the annual £10,000 award celebrates short stories written by African authors published in English.
rise and illuminate, y’all! coffee, anyone? (image via tumblr)
Stopped by #Neo for some #Rwandan coffee… #Nairobi take care of them and come back soon ladies! @ngoziodita @adamadelphine - #my250 - #rwanda
#vscocam - stopped by #InemaArts to greet the talented gents Emmauel and Innocent! #my250 #rwanda
That’s @ngoziodita and @adamadelphine at #Ivuka earlier this morning. #my250 #rwanda
We were on the side of the lens today! @ngoziodita snapping away. #my250 #rwanda
Look who was in town… @ngoziodita and @adamadelphine ! #my250 - #Rwanda
Jodie Smith by Abby Ross