Category Archive for "Translations"

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Short story by Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o translated into over 30 languages in one publication

The Kenyan author’s story The Upright Revolution: Or Why Humans Walk Upright is ‘the single most translated short story in the history of African writing’ Jalada Africa’s groundbreaking Translation Issue features a new story by Ngugi wa Thiong’o in 33…

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The poetry workshop translation team -- what does that mean?

The poetry workshop — an Africa-China first in Guangdong Province!

To the best of our — African Writers Trust and Shantou University — knowledge, the recent poetry workshop conducted by Mildred Barya of AWT was the first example of representatives from an African cultural organization meeting with representatives from a…

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Some translations to go with your tea

Susan Nalugwa Kiguli, PhD, is well-known in African literary circles as a poet, scholar, and educator.  Susan also serves on the board of African Writers Trust. (For more on Kiguli’s achievments).  ZHANG Jinjin, the translator, is a poet and a…

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