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List of African writers by country

This is a list of prominent and notable writers from Africa. It includes poets, novelists, children's writers, essayists, and scholars, listed by country.

Contents

  • Algeria 1
  • Angola 2
  • Benin 3
  • Botswana 4
  • Burkina Faso 5
  • Burundi 6
  • Cameroon 7
  • Cape Verde 8
  • Central African Republic 9
  • Chad 10
  • Congo (Brazzaville) 11
  • Congo (Democratic Republic) – formerly Zaïre 12
  • Côte d'Ivoire 13
  • Djibouti 14
  • Egypt 15
  • Equatorial Guinea 16
  • Eritrea 17
  • Ethiopia 18
  • Gabon 19
  • The Gambia 20
  • Ghana 21
  • Guinea 22
  • Guinea-Bissau 23
  • Kenya 24
  • Lesotho 25
  • Liberia 26
  • Libya 27
  • Madagascar 28
  • Malawi 29
  • Mali 30
  • Mauritania 31
  • Mauritius 32
  • Morocco 33
  • Mozambique 34
  • Namibia 35
  • Niger 36
  • Nigeria 37
  • Rwanda 38
  • São Tomé and Príncipe 39
  • Senegal 40
  • Seychelles 41
  • Sierra Leone 42
  • Somalia 43
  • South Africa 44
  • Sudan 45
  • Swaziland 46
  • Tanzania 47
  • Togo 48
  • Tunisia 49
  • Uganda 50
  • Western Sahara 51
  • Zambia 52
  • Zimbabwe 53
  • See also 54
  • Notes 55
  • References 56
  • External links 57

Algeria

See: List of Algerian writers

Angola

See: List of Angolan writers

Benin

See: List of Beninese writers

Botswana

Burkina Faso

See: List of Burkinabé writers

Burundi

Cameroon

See: List of Cameroonian writers

Cape Verde

Central African Republic

Chad

Congo (Brazzaville)

See: List of Republic of the Congo writers

Congo (Democratic Republic) – formerly Zaïre

See: List of Democratic Republic of the Congo writers

Côte d'Ivoire

See: List of Ivorian writers

Djibouti

Egypt

See: List of Egyptian writers

Equatorial Guinea

Eritrea

Ethiopia

Gabon

The Gambia

Ghana

See: List of Ghanaian writers

Guinea

See: List of Guinean writers

Guinea-Bissau

Kenya

See: List of Kenyan writers

Lesotho

  • Moroesi Akhionbare (1945– )
  • Caroline Ntseliseng Khaketla (1918–)[15]
  • Thomas Mofolo (1876–1948), novelist
  • Mzamane Nhlapo
  • Mpho Matsepo Nthunya

Liberia

Libya

Madagascar

See: List of Malagasy writers

Malawi

See: List of Malawian writers

Mali

See: List of Malian writers

Mauritania

Mauritius

Morocco

Mozambique

See: List of Mozambican writers

Namibia

Niger

See: List of Nigerien writers

Nigeria

See: List of Nigerian writers

Rwanda

See: List of Rwandan writers

São Tomé and Príncipe

Senegal

See: List of Senegalese writers

Seychelles

Sierra Leone

See: List of Sierra Leonean writers

Somalia

South Africa

See: List of South African writers

Sudan

See: List of Sudanese writers

Swaziland

Tanzania

See: List of Tanzanian writers

Togo

See: List of Togolese writers

Tunisia

See: List of Tunisian writers

Uganda

Western Sahara

Zambia

  • Hilda Sangwa Schwaiger (2012- ), novelist and Media Practitioner (iUniverse USA)`Exorcism of the Demon Child: African Ndoki´ & Gazed on By Angels in Flight: Victoria Falls´

Zimbabwe

See: List of Zimbabwean writers

See also

Notes

  1. ^ "Batswapong history revealed". Mmegi.bw. 2010-12-03. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  2. ^ "1ère ÉDITION DES JOURNÉES TCHADIENNES AU SÉNÉGAL: Pour vivifier un héritage culturel". Lematindafrique.com. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  3. ^ Acheikh ibn Oumar, Fiche de lecture de: "Fils de nomade, les mémoires du dromadaire" – Khayar Oumar Defallah, 11 February 2010.
  4. ^ "Mouna-Hodan Ahmed: An author from Djibouti writing in French". Aflit.arts.uwa.edu.au. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  5. ^ Jane Plastow, "Alemseged Tesfai: a playwright in the service of Eritrean liberation", in Banham et al, African theatre in development, 1999, pp. 54–60.
  6. ^ Charles Cantalupo, Reesom Haile's poetry
  7. ^ "Peggy Lucie Auleley: lauréate du concours ACCT". Aflit.arts.uwa.edu.au. 1999-06-03. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  8. ^ "Chantal Magalie Mbazoo-Kassa". Aflit.arts.uwa.edu.au. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  9. ^ "Justine Mintsa: An author from Gabon writing in French". Aflit.arts.uwa.edu.au. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  10. ^ "Nadège Noëlle Ango Obiang: An author from Gabon writing in French". Aflit.arts.uwa.edu.au. 2003-09-19. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  11. ^ "Grey-Johnson, Nana (1951) – Gambian literature and writings". Gamwriters.com. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  12. ^ Foroyaa: Exclusive interview with Foroyaa Panorama (Retrieved : 10 May 2012)
  13. ^ The Point Newspaper: (The Point – Cham Joof pictured with the author) (Tribute) – (Retrieved: 10 May 2012)
  14. ^ Albert S. Gérard, European-Language Writing in Sub-Saharan Africa: Volume 1, p. 286.
  15. ^ Margaret Busby (ed.), Daughters of Africa: An International Anthology of Words and Writings by Women of African Descent from the Ancient Egyptian to the Present, London: Jonathan Cape, 1992; Vintage, 1993; pp. 275–276.
  16. ^ Suha Taji-Farouki, 'Sadiq Nayhum: An Introduction to the Life and Works of a Contemporary Libyan Intellectual', The Maghreb Review, 25:3–4 (2000), pp. 242 ff.
  17. ^ Benghazi-Born Poet Mattawa Reflects on Growing up Under Gadhafi, PBS Newshour, 2 March 2011.
  18. ^ Sven Rosenow. "Die Biographie von Gilselher W. Hoffmann". Afrikaroman.de. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  19. ^ "Palimage: Olinda Beja". Palimage.pt. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  20. ^ Morreu a poetisa são-tomense Manuela Margarido, Publico, 11 March 2007.
  21. ^ Cavaleiro da Torre (2004-02-27). "Torre da História Ibérica: Admirável Mário Domingues". Torredahistoriaiberica.blogspot.com. Retrieved 2011-11-11. 
  22. ^ Hans M. Zell, Carol Bundy, Virginia Coulon, A New Reader's Guide to African Literature, 1983, p. 498.
  23. ^ Elias Munshya wa Munshya, Zambia: Chibamba Kanyama’s Controversy: A Review of “Business Values for our Time”, Lusaka Times 31 October 2010
  24. ^ Albert S. Gérard, African Language Literatures: an introduction to the literary history of Sub-Saharan Africa, 1981, p. 227.
  25. ^ Eric Gondwe, Charles Mwewa, Zambian.com
  26. ^ Zambian Economist review

References

  1. [Gikandi] Simon Gikandi, ed., Encyclopedia of African Literature. Routledge; 2002. ISBN 978-0-415-23019-3
  2. [Gikandi & Mwangi] Simon Gikandi & Evan Mwangi, ed., The Columbia Guide to East African Literature in English Since 1945. Columbia University Press; 2007. ISBN 978-0-231-12520-8
  3. [Killam & Rowe] Douglas Killam & Ruth Rowe, eds., The Companion to African Literatures. James Currey & Indiana University Press; 2000. ISBN 0-253-33633-3

External links

  • Contemporary African Writers/Authors
  • Africa Resource Research Data
  • Lire les femmes – African women writers
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