African writers in 2013: what has changed and what hasn’t

Pleased as I was to read Taiye Selasi’s new novel, Ghana Must Go, I could not help thinking too little has changed since the writers I described in Ending British Rule in Africa struggled to get their books published in London in the 1930s and ’40s. Despite the many honors paid to Chinua Achebe on his death, the truth is that writers from sub-Saharan Africa still face great obstacles to getting into print, or, if published in their home countries, drawing attention on the world stage. READ MORE OF THIS MAY 24 POST ON THE MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS BLOG.

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