The Afrolit Sans Frontieres virtual literary festival, an initiative of writers of African origin, introduces the second instalment of their digital literary offering this April.
The project will see African writers interacting with bibliophiles from wherever they are hunkering down from the Coronavirus pandemic around the world.
The last edition which ran from March 23 – 30, 2020 featured 16 writers from 10 African countries sharing their work from 15 different cities in English, French, and Portuguese.
The second season of Afrolit Sans Frontieres Virtual Literary Festival will be co-curated by Maaza Mengiste and Zukiswa Wanner.
It will kick off on April 20 and end on April 27. Details of all the digital participants will be unveiled in good time.
We can’t wait.