African Roar African Roar is volume five of the African Roar annual anthology dedicated to publishing excellent new and original short fiction by emerging and established African writers Selected from submis

  • Title: African Roar 2014
  • Author: Ivor W. Hartmann Jayne Bauling Obinna Ozoigbo Edwin P. Magezi Tabitha Wanja Mwangi Obinna Udenwe Olorunfunmi Demilade Temitope Nonso Uzozie
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  • Page: 204
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  • African Roar 2014, is volume five of the African Roar annual anthology dedicated to publishing excellent new and original short fiction by emerging and established African writers Selected from submissions open to all African writers on the continent and abroad Edited by Ivor W Hartmann Table of Contents Introduction Ivor W Hartmann Flight Jayne Bauling My WeddinAfrican Roar 2014, is volume five of the African Roar annual anthology dedicated to publishing excellent new and original short fiction by emerging and established African writers Selected from submissions open to all African writers on the continent and abroad Edited by Ivor W Hartmann Table of Contents Introduction Ivor W Hartmann Flight Jayne Bauling My Wedding Day Obinna Ozoigbo The Side Dish Edwin P Magezi Beth s Aid Tabitha Wanja Mwangi Talking to a Lizard Obinna Udenwe Coming Home in a Box Olorunfunmi Demilade Temitope The Bell Not Touched Nonso Uzozie Spinoza s Monad Ezeiyoke Chukwunonso A Salute to Safety Sam Tendai Machingaidze Cover artwork Spirit of Hope by Victor Mavedzenge mavedzenge

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    1. An anthology so diverse that it takes the readers to places far beyond their grasp - fictitious yet true, diverse yet unifying. The African Roar should be the yardstick for measuring short stories in Africa.

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