Nebila Abdulmelik (Ethiopia), Olubunmi Familoni (Nigeria), Christine Coates (South Africa), Ope Adedeji (Nigeria), Troy Onyango (Kenya), Carey Baraka (Kenya), Damon Yeld (South Africa), Tariro Ndoro (Zimbabwe), Themesha Khan (South Africa), Patrick Ochieng (Kenya), Okechi Okeke (Nigeria)
Edited by Thabo Jijana
Thabo Jijana is a writer and a publisher at Black Letter Media. His work foregrounds the rural in ways that question rural marginality and the ways in which rural people make meaning of the world. Jijana is the author of Nobody’s Business, a memoir and investigation of the taxi industry, and Failing Maths and My Other Crimes, his debut volume of poetry for which he won the Ingrid Jonker Poetry Prize (2016).