“You say nothing; you are thinking that Grandmama stayed alive too long.”
“It is our duty, as writers, to commit acts of language [which] do not cancel each other out. They cannot eradicate each other, nor kill each other. They lay next to each other, in simultaneous existence. . .”
“We know that Dante found himself in a dark wood, but we aren’t told where he had been before.”
“The restrictions and chilling effects of gag order laws threaten to destroy the climate of open inquiry required in free and democratic educational institutions.”
Digital literature showcases “innovation and creativity in storytelling for digital media and new directions in contemporary literary practice informed by technology.”
Sure, we can read Nigerian writers? But how do readers of the developing world find a global literature? Kola Tubosun starts with a Murakami inspiration.