• Pernille Bærendtsen

Literature: An Anthology of Literature from Sudan and South Sudan (Africa World Press) is forthcomin

Can't wait.

Read what Bhakti Shringarpure, editor-in-chief of Warscapes magazine and assistant professor of English at the University of Connecticut, says this article in The Guardian:

'Sudan, despite being a country embroiled in a cycle of conflict for the past two decades has historically been a fertile place for literature, home to celebrated writers such as Tayeb Salih and Tarek Eltayeb.

Read here how writers across the Sudans reflect on the relationship between storytelling, war - and the uses and misuses of narrative.

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