For almost a decade, writers' collectives akin to Kwani belief in Kenya and Femrite , the Ugandan girls writers' organization, have dramatically reshaped the East African literary scene. this article extends the purview of postcolonial literary stories by way of offering the lengthy past due serious inquiry that those writers so urgently deserve.
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