5 Literary Magazines That Have Transformed African Literature


“Do magazines culture?” Rajat Neogy, the founder of Transition magazine, once asked.

African literary magazines and journals don’t just shape literary culture, they offer the most rebellious responses to political and social movements. They not only respond to the cultures they’re in, these magazines also create distinct cultures of their own that reflect the personalities of their editors.

Some are experimental and bold, some are satirical and polemic, some can also be aesthetically conservative, but they all find beautiful ways to confront the most pressing issues in society. Magazines archive stories that might not always gain the attention that books will, but are sometimes the most thrilling work in a writer’s career.

Here are five of the most notable literary magazines that have shaped…

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