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Ode to Chimamanda Adichie

We all change a lot once we get to university. I am certain that when I eventually leave university and later in life get asked the usual question “Who were your inspirations when you were a young woman learning to find herself?” one of the first names that will come to mind will be Chimamanda Adichie. 787 more words

Why We Need Diversity in Romance (and Books in General)

While I make it a policy to keep my interactions with the literary community as non-political as possible, since romance does not shy away from tough topics, I am making an exception here, but I promise to keep it as nonpartisan as I can. 474 more words


How Did You Feel About It? by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

‘How Did You Feel About It?’ is an original short story written exclusively for Bazaar by the award-winning author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. The Nigerian writer and activist’s work has been translated into 30 languages.

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Chimamanda Adichie Reveals Her Biafra Status

World renowned novelist, Chimamanda Adichie, has debunked news reports indicating she claimed Biafra, and has said she never referred to herself as a Biafran.

The award winning author of Half of a Yellow Sun took to her Facebook page to rectify reports from blogs which had falsely attributed the Biafra nationhood claim to her person. 95 more words


Why I Refuse To Change My Name In Senegal

I missed several days of the #30DayAfriBlogger and #BlogTemberChallenge, so I’m playing catch up! Day 3’s topics were ‘my totem’ (how one’s family is identified in Zimbabwe) and my heritage. 613 more words


Chimamanda Adichie disowns pro-Biafran articles

Literary icon, Chimamanda Adichie, has disowned some write-ups attributed to her in which she purportedly supported the current Biafran agitation. Chimamanda Adichie, who is the author of the bestseller, ‘ 99 more words


Read Chimamanda Adichie's new short story-- How did you feel about it?

A relationship, a seemingly heterogeneous union, a strange character, mildly alien to your person, walking into you, to be part of you– how do you feel about it? 358 more words