In which our friend Laila Le Guen joins us in discussing the stories. This was an interesting year to read. Some themes kept recurring and there was even a pre-prize fiasco. Listen.
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Sitting at Heathrow airport after a couple of months back in London. What should have been a joyous time of moving back into our old house, happily renovated and divided into two flats, has been a nightmare of gruelling proportion, admittedly interspersed with some high spots. 933 more words
The Caine Prize, is described as Africa’s leading literary award, for African writers. Lindudu Malingani’s short story entitled ‘Memories We Lost’ published in… 177 more words
Lidudumalingani, from South Africa, has been announced the winner of the Caine Prize for African Writing 2016. His short story, Memories We Lost, was published in… 43 more words
It’d been a particularly rough week for the gahd. He’d come down with a cold and wondered if I’d take the reigns and record myself reading his Caine Prize-nominated work entitled… 48 more words