Pan-Africanism: From Nkrumah to Nollywood
The post-independence era also produced six Nobel literature laureates from Africa and its diaspora: Nigeria's Wole Soyinka, Egypt's Naguib Mahfouz; South Africa's Nadine Gordimer and JM Coetzee; St Lucia's Derek Walcott; and America's Toni Morrison.
How to turn down a prestigious literary prize – a winner's guide to etiquette
Some female novelists – AS Byatt, Nadine Gordimer, Anita Brookner – declined to be submitted for the Orange/Baileys prize. Others have been less consistent: Patrick White and Peter Handke collected awards after seeming to be committed to a no-prizes ...
Kalon launches new Tibetan book on Famous Women in the World
Tibet Post International
This volume includes famous figures like Aung San Suu Kyi, Nadine Gordimer, Margaret Thatcher, etc. The original versions of these stories were from various Chinese or English resources, compiled and translated into Tibetan by Ms Ghang Lhamo.
Let's Name Some Women Writers Now
... Karen Russell, Elizabeth Macklin, Janet Peery, Carol Edgarian, Pamela Painter, Jennifer Egan, Jean Stafford, Terry McMillan, Sydney Blair, Katherine Mansfield, Joan Didion, Alice McDermott, Christine Schutt, Ru Freeman, Nadine Gordimer, Harriet ...