AWT is growing, connecting Africa-wide, and pleased to have a new board member, Leila Aboulela, who writes from her rich North Africa heritage and experiences. Aboulela has lived ‘globally’ among different cultures, and is a true vision of the conditions experienced by most African writers today, who find themselves part of the Diaspora, but continue to draw inspiration from old and new homelands. AWT proudly welcomes Leila Aboulela on board.
Welcoming Leila Aboulela on Board
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