The Library of Congress shares interviews with African writers in May for Africa Month

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The Library of Congress shares interviews with African writers in May for Africa Month

To celebrate Africa Month, throughout May 2022, the Library of Congress (LC) is hosting a three-part series of interviews with award-winning African writers: Nigerian-born author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie , South African novelist and playwright Damon Galgut and Tanzanian-born novelist and academic Abdulrazak Gurnah.

The LC notes: “Interviews are part of the”Conversations Series with African Poets and Writersproduced by the Africa and Middle East Division of the Library since 2008 to promote greater intercultural understanding and dialogue. The series provides a window into African, continental and diaspora writers, and showcases their works in fiction, non-fiction, poetry, theater and literary criticism.

Each interview will be available on the LC’s Youtube channel and the Africa and Middle East Division Web page at 7 p.m. on May 5 (Adichie), May 12 (Galgut) and May 25 (Gurnah).

For more information, read the information.





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