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Kendeka Prize for African Literature is accepting entries from 1st February, 2021 to 31st May, 2021 for its’ 2021 edition. The competition is administered by Solano Publications Ltd and entry is free. This Prize will be awarded for the best piece of an unpublished short story either fiction or creative non-fiction. Kendeka Prize for African
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Submit an entry for the Kedenka Prize for African Literature 2021 and win a cash prize of up to KShs 100,000 while having your creative work being named as the best piece. (Fiction or creative non-fiction) And also the opportunity of having them published in an anthology titled ‘I am listening’ 2021 edition. Application Deadline:
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The Doek List curates publications and organisations that have a consistent record of publishing and recognising African writers and those of African descent. Eligible writers are encouraged to submit their work to them when their submission windows open. Read full article here >> https://doeklitmag.com/the-doek-list/
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The Kendeka Prize for African Literature is accepting entries from February 1, 2021 to May 31, 2021 for its’ 2021 edition. The competition is administered by Solano Publications Ltd and entry is free. This Prize will be awarded for the best piece of unpublished short story, either fiction or creative non-fiction. The first prize will
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Kendeka Prize for African Literature is honoured to announce Lucas Wafula (Kenya), Renee Edwige Dro (Côte d’Ivoire) and Remy Ngamije (Namibia) as the judges for the 2021 prize. The Panel will be chaired by Lucas Wafula. Lucas Wafula Lucas Wafula is Editor-in-chief, and CEO, Booklyst Press Limited. He is also Director and Lead Facilitator, at
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Kendeka Prize for African Literature is accepting entries from 1st February, 2021 to 31st May, 2021 for its’ 2021 edition. The competition is administered by Solano Publications Ltd and entry is free. This Prize will be awarded for the best piece of unpublished short story either fiction or creative non-fiction. The first prize will be KShs.100,000 while
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Kendeka Prize for African Literature is honoured to announce Lucas Wafula (Kenya), Renee Edwige Dro (Côte d’Ivoire) and Remy Ngamije (Namibia) as the judges for the 2021 prize. The Panel will be chaired by Lucas Wafula. Lucas Wafula Lucas Wafula is Editor-in-chief, and CEO, Booklyst Press Limited. He is also Director and Lead Facilitator, at
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Kendeka Prize for African Literature is honoured to announce Lucas Wafula (Kenya), Renee Edwige Dro (Côte d’Ivoire) and Remy Ngamije (Namibia) as the judges for the 2021 prize. The Panel will be chaired by Lucas Wafula. Lucas Wafula Lucas Wafula is Editor-in-chief, and CEO, Booklyst Press Limited. He is also Director and Lead Facilitator, at
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The Kendeka Prize for African Literature is currently accepting entries for its 2021 edition from now through May 31, 2021. The prize, administered by Solano Publications, is free to enter; both short stories and creative nonfiction are eligible. The first prize will be 100,000 Kenyan shillings, or around 760 euro, while the second and third prize winners
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East African based prizes, Kendeka Prize for African Literature, and the Mabati Cornell Kiswahili Prize for African Literature have made call outs for unpublished work. The Kendeka Prize for African Literature started accepting entries from February 1 for its 2021 edition. The new prize is an initiative of Andrew Maina, a Kenyan writer, through Solano
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