2020 Winners

Sarah Uheida

February 6, 2021

Bio: Sarah Uheida is 22 years old Libyan poet and experimental memoirist who received her Bachelor of Arts in English Studies and Psychology from Stellenbosch University, South Africa. At the age of 13, Sarah and her family escaped the Libyan civil war and immigrated to South Africa where she is still currently residing. She was…

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Okwiri Oduor

February 6, 2021

Okwiri Oduor was born in Nairobi, Kenya. Her short story My Father’s Head won the 2014 Caine Prize for African Writing as well as the 2013 Short Story Day Africa’s Feast, Famine and Potluck story contest. Her work has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. Her short story, Mbiu Dash, is forthcoming from Granta. Okwiri was a 2014 fellow…

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Kobina Ankomah Graham

February 6, 2021

Kobina Ankomah-Graham is a Ghanaian lecturer, writer and DJ who is passionately curious about African arts, counterculture and digital media. A finalist in the 2008 John La Rose Memorial Short Story Competition, his opinion pieces have appeared in publications including The Guardian, while his short stories have been published in Litro and the Writers Project…

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Howard Meh-Buh

February 6, 2021

Bio Howard Meh-Buh Maximus is a Cameroonian writer and scientist. His works have appeared in a number of anthologies and magazines, including The Africa Report, and Catapult. He is an Ebedi writers residency alumnus, a PhD drop out, and a staff writer for Bakwa Magazine. Synopsis Bon Blanc follows the lives of four friends in…

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