Patreons: Ondjaki, Philipp Khabo Koepsell Livestream, Abubakar Adam Ibrahim Podcast

Hello Patreons. This week I have a podcast featuring Abubakar Adam Ibrahim and a Livestream featuring Ondjaki and Philipp Khabo Koepsell.

Podcast episode 19: Abubakar Adam Ibrahim

Our first guest is Abubakar Adam Ibrahim who really should need no introduction if you follow African writing. The Abuja-based Nigerian has written the short story collection The Whispering Trees (2012) and a much-loved debut novel Season of Crimson Blossoms (2015) which won him the Nigerian Literature Prize, the richest in African letters. He has a new short story collection on the way called Dreams and Assorted Nightmarespublished by Masobe Books.

In the episode, we talk about his newest book Dreams and Assorted Nightmares, and discuss the publishing industry in Nigeria.

Listen to the episode, which is in two parts, below;

Livestream episode 3: Ondjaki and Philipp Khabo Koepsell

Ondjaki and Philipp Khabo Koepsell were the guests at the James Murua Literary LiveStream on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. The stream was brought to you in cooperation with Frankfurter Buchmesse with financial support from the German Federal Foreign Office.

We learnt about the writing scenes in Black or Afro Germany from Philipp Khabo Koepsell as well as in the Angolan and the wider Lusophone Africa and Africa diaspora from Ondjaki.

Watch the episode between this blogger and the guests below;



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One response to “Patreons: Ondjaki, Philipp Khabo Koepsell Livestream, Abubakar Adam Ibrahim Podcast”

  1. […] Philipp Khabo Koepsell could not attend the Festival, but here is a recording of him in conversation with Kenya-based blogger James Murua and Angolan author Ondjaki, critically commenting on the German literary field and possible navigation strategies for Black authors from his perspective. (last access 16 July 2022).… […]

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