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Burundi

  1. Donatien Bihute (1940– ), economist and French-language writer on Burundi.[1]
  2. Antoine Kaburahe (1965– ), journalist.[2]
  3. Daniel Kabuto (1971– ), novelist.[3]
  4. Esther Kamatari (1951– ), writer and model.
  5. Louis Kamatari
  6. Colette Samoya Kiruya (1952– )
  7. Richard Ndayizigamiye (1964 - )
  8. Barbara Kururu Ndimurukundo (1950– ), academic, French-language writer and translator.
  9. David Niyonzima (1959– ), Quaker counsellor.
  10. Dieudonné Ntakarahera (1964 - ), journalist and French-language poet.[4]
  11. Marc Rwabahungu (1956– ), agronomist and French-language writer on development.[5]

Cape Verde

Congo (Brazzaville)

  1. Noëlle Bizi Bazouma (1959– )
  2. Sylvain Bemba (1934–1995), novelist, playwright and essayist.Gikandi[›]
  3. Daniel Biyaoula (1953– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  4. Silvie Bokoko (1960– )
  5. Adèle Caby-Livannah (1957– ), short story writer.
  6. Cucile-Ivelyse Diamoneka (1940– )
  7. Emmanuel Dongala (1941– ), chemist, novelist and poet.Gikandi[›]
  8. Mambou Aimée Gnali, politician and autobiographical writer.
  9. Flore Hazoume (1959– ), novelist also associated with Côte d'Ivoire.Gikandi[›]
  10. Justine M'Poyo Kassa-Vubu (1951– )
  11. Francine Laurans (1962– )
  12. Binéka Daniele Lissouba, born in France
  13. Paul Lomami Tshibamba (1914–1985), novelist also associated with Congo-Zaire.Gikandi[›]
  14. Henri Lopes (1937– ), writer, diplomat and politician born in Congo-Kinshasa.Gikandi[›]
  15. Alain Mabanckou (1966– ), poet, novelist and essayist.Gikandi[›]
  16. Jean Malonga, French-language writer.
  17. Jean Makouta Mboukou (1929– ), novelist, poet and critic.Gikandi[›]
  18. Guy Menga
  19. Victor N'Gembo-Mouanda (1969– ), author and translator.
  20. Diur N'Thumb
  21. Theophile Obenga (1936– ), academic.
  22. Ghislaine Sathoud (1969– )
  23. Sony Labou Tansi (1947–1995), novelist, poet and playwright.Gikandi[›]
  24. Tchicaya U Tam'si (1931–1988), poet, novelist and playwright.Gikandi[›]
  25. Jean-Baptiste Tati-Loutard (1938–2009), poet.Gikandi[›]
  26. Aleth Felix-Tchicaya (1955– )
  27. Jeannette Balou Tchichelle (1947– ), novelist.
  28. Betty (Elisabeth) Mweya Tol'Ande (1947– )
  29. Marie-Leontine Tsibinda (1953– ), poet, short story writer and editor.Gikandi[›]
  30. Brigitte Yengo, nun and autobiographical writer
  31. Patrice Yengo

Côte d'Ivoire

  1. Josette D. Abondio, novelist and children's writer.[6]
  2. Marguerite Abouet, born in Abidjan (1971– ), graphic novelist.
  3. Anne-Marie Adiaffi (1951–1995), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  4. Jean-Marie Adiaffi (1941–1999), novelist, playwright and poet.Gikandi[›]
  5. Marie-Danielle Aka, novelist and children's writer.[7]
  6. Marie Gisèle Aka Amany (born in the Lebanon) (1971– ), novelist.[8]
  7. Assamala Amoi, born in France (1960– ), novelist, short story writer, poet and children's writer.[9]
  8. François-Joseph Amon d'Aby (1913–2007), playwright and essayist.Gikandi[›]
  9. Michèle Assamoua, originally from France (1941– ), novelist.[10]
  10. Annick Assemian, born in France (1952– ), children's writer.[11]
  11. Angèle Bassolé-Ouédraogo, also connected with Burkina Faso (1967– ), poet and journalist.
  12. Khadi Sy Bizet, autobiographical writer and novelist.[12]
  13. Fatou Bolli (1952– ), novelist.[13]
  14. Tanella Boni, poet and novelist.
  15. Isabelle Boni-Claverie, novelist.[14]
  16. Marie Anne Caro, novelist.[15]
  17. Jeanne de Cavally (1926– )
  18. Fanny Fatou Cissé (1971– )
  19. Micheline Coulibaly, born in Vietnam (1950–2003), short story writer and children's writer.
  20. Bernard Binlin Dadié (1916– ), playwright and novelist writing in French.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  21. Henriette Diabate, politician and writer.
  22. Muriel Diallo (1967– )
  23. Gina Dick
  24. Richard Dogbeh, also connected with Benin, Senegal and Togo (1932–2003), novelist and educator.
  25. Werewere-Liking Gnepo, also connected with Cameroon (1950– ), novelist and playwright.Gikandi[›]
  26. Gilbert G. Groud (1956– ), painter, illustrator and writer.
  27. Genevieve Koutou Guhl
  28. Flore Hazoumé (1959– ), novelist born in Congo-Brazzaville.Gikandi[›]
  29. Oklomin Kacou
  30. Simone Kaya (1937– )
  31. Fatou Keïta (1955– ), children's writer and novelist.Gikandi[›]
  32. Alimatou Koné
  33. Amadou Koné (1953– ), novelist, playwright and short story writer.Gikandi[›]
  34. Boundou Koné
  35. Akissi Kouadio
  36. Adjoua Flore Kouame (1964– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  37. Ahmadou Kourouma (1927–2003), novelist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  38. Lauryn, also connected with Togo and Benin, born in France (1978– )
  39. Ake Loba (1927– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  40. Manïssa
  41. Mary Lee Martin-Koné, (born in US)
  42. Mariama Méité (1967– )
  43. Isabelle Montplaisir
  44. Rosalie Nana (1962– )
  45. Goley Niantié Lou
  46. Charles Zégoua Gbessi Nokan (1936– ), poet and novelist.Gikandi[›]
  47. Denis Oussou-Essui (1934– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  48. Pascale Quao-Gaudens (1963– )
  49. Cristiane Remino-Granel, born on Martinique
  50. Marinette Secco, born in France (1921– )
  51. Marie-Simone Séri, also connected with Burkina Faso
  52. Haïdara Fatoumata Sirantou
  53. Véronique Tadjo (1955– ), poet, novelist and artist.
  54. Caroline Angèle Yao
  55. Regina Yaou (1955– ), novelist, poet and short story writer.Gikandi[›]
  56. Annie Yapobi
  57. Marion Diby Zinnanti (1960– )

Egypt

  1. Abo El Seoud El Ebiary (1910–1969), comic screenwriter, playwright and lyricist.
  2. Abaza Family
  3. Abbas Mahmoud Alakad
  4. Ahmed Shawki (1868–1932), poet and dramatist.
  5. Yehia haki
  6. Yousef El Sebaey
  7. Nabil Farok
  8. Mustafa Mahmoud (1921–2009), scientist and author.
  9. Tharwat Abaza
  10. Aziz Pasha Abaza
  11. Fekry Pasha Abaza (1896–1979), journalist and political activist.
  12. Hafez Ibrahim (1872–1932), poet.
  13. Haytham Khairy
  14. Kamel El Shenawy
  15. Khaled Ismael
  16. Anis Mansour (1925– ), Arabic journalist and writer.
  17. Salama Ahmed Salama, editor and political writer.
  18. Tawfik El Hakim (1898–1987), playwright and novelist.Killam & Rowe[›] Gikandi[›]
  19. Ali Ahmed Bakathir
  20. Abdel Rahman El Sharkawy
  21. Salah Montaser
  22. Ihasan Abdel Kouddous
  23. Mohamed Osman El Khosht
  24. Gamal Badawi
  25. Ahmed Bahgat
  26. Mohamed Hasanin Hekal
  27. Gamal El Shaer
  28. Fahmy Hewidy
  29. Abdel Rahman El Rafey
  30. Gamal Al-Ghitani (1945– ), novelist, journalist and short story writer.Gikandi[›]
  31. Leila Ahmed (1940– ), writer on Islam and Islamic feminism.
  • Hayam Abbas Al-Homi
  1. Muhammad Aladdin, novelist, short story writer and scriptwriter.
  2. Samir Amin (1931– ), economist.
  3. Hussein Bassir, archaeologist.
  4. Abdel Rahman El Abnudi (1938– ), poet and children's writer.
  5. Mustafa Sadek El-Rafey
  6. Muhammad Husayn Haykal (1909–1956), writer, journalist and politician.
  7. Mohammad Moustafa Haddara (1930–1997), Arabic scholar.
  8. Tahah Husayn (1889–1973), autobiographer and essayist.Gikandi[›]
  9. Sonallah Ibrahim (1937– ), writer and essayist.Gikandi[›]
  10. Yusuf Idris (1927–1991), Arabic-language short story writer and novelist.Gikandi[›]
  11. Edmond Jabès (1912–1991), poet and novelist.Gikandi[›]
  12. Nawâl El Saadâwi (1931– ), novelist, feminist and activist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  13. Salama Moussa (1887–1958), journalist and reformer.
  14. Alifa Rifaat (1930–1996), short story writer.
  15. Mona Soliman, pseudonym, novelist and poet.
  16. Ahdaf Soueif (1950– ), novelist and cultural critic.
  17. Mahmud Taymur
  18. Tatamkulu Afrika, poet and writer also connected with South Africa (1920–2002)
  19. Waguih Ghali
  20. Andrée Chedid (1920– ), poet.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  21. Fathy Ghanem (1924– )Killam & Rowe[›]
  22. Ibrahim Abdel Meguid (1946– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  23. Edwar Al-Kharrat (1926– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  24. Latifa Al-Zayyat (1923-1996), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  25. Radwa Ashour (1946– ), short story writer and academic.Gikandi[›]
  26. Ibrahim Aslan (1937/9– ), novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›]
  27. Fawzia Assaad (1929– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  28. Salwa Bakr (1949– ), novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›]
  29. Ibrahim ‘Abd al-Majid (1946– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  30. Céline Axélos (1902–1992), poet and short story writer.Gikandi[›]
  31. Robert Blum (1901– ), writer born in Tunisia.Gikandi[›]
  32. Albert Cossery (1913– ), poet.Gikandi[›]
  33. Amal Dunqul (1940-1983), poet.Gikandi[›]
  34. Tarek Eltayeb (1959– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  35. Alfred Farag (1929– ), playwright.Gikandi[›]
  36. Georges Henein (1914–1973), poet.Gikandi[›]
  37. Sharif Hetata (1923– ), physician, writer and activist.Gikandi[›]
  38. Out-El-Kouloub (1892-1968), novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›]
  39. Naguib Mahfouz (1911–2006), novelist awarded the 1988 Nobel Prize in Literature.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  40. Joyce Mansour (1928-1986), poet born in England.Gikandi[›]
  41. Muhammad 'Afīfī Matar (1935– ), poet.Gikandi[›]
  42. Majīd Ṭūbyā (1938– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  43. Nelly Vaucher-Zananiri (1900– ), French-language writer.Gikandi[›]
  44. Mirielle Vincedon (1910– ), poet.Gikandi[›]

Ethiopia

  1. Innānu Āggonāfir (pseudonym of Nagāsh Gabra Māryām)
  2. Michael Daniel Ambatchew (1967– ), children's writer.
  3. Aseffa Gebre-Mariyam Tesemma (1935– ), poet.Gikandi[›]
  4. Kidist Bayelegne
  5. Āfawarq Gabra Iyasus (1868–1947), Amharic novelist.Gikandi[›]
  6. Tsegaye Gabre-Medhin (1936–2006), playwright and poet.Gikandi[›]
  7. Be'alu Girma (1938/9–1984), journalist and novelist.Gikandi[›]
  8. Ābbe Gubaññā / Abbé Gubennya (1933/4–1980), poet, novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›]
  9. Haddis Alemayehu (1910–2003), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  10. Ababa Haylemelekot
  11. Girmācchaw Takla Hāwāryāt
  12. Afewerq Yohannis (1919–?).[16]
  13. Mikaél Kebbede (1914-1998), playwright and poet.Gikandi[›]
  14. Moges Kebede, essayist, editor and novelist.
  15. Mengistu Lammā (1924/28–1988), playwright and poet.Gikandi[›]
  16. Tāddasa Lībān (1930– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  17. Nega Mezlekia (1958– ), English-language autobiographical writer and novelist.
  18. Blattengeta Heruy Welde Selassie (1879–1938), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  19. Imru Hayle-Sillasé (1892-1980), reformer and novelist.Gikandi[›]
  20. Sahle-Sillasé Birhane-Mariyame (1936– ), novelist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  21. Debbebe Seyfu.[16]
  22. Demese Tsege, Amharic author and journalist.
  23. Hama Tuma (1949– ), Amharic poet and satirical writer.
  24. Dannyacchew Werqu (1936–1994), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  25. Mammo Wudneh, playwright and journalist.
  26. Birhānu Zarīhun (1933/4-1987), novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›]

Kenya

  1. Abdullatif Abdalla
  2. Sayyid Aidarusi
  3. Thomas Akare (1950– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  4. Joseph R. Alila
  5. Jared Angira (1947– ), poet.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  6. Khadambi Asalache (1934– ), novelist and poet.Killam & Rowe[›]
  7. Karen Blixen aka Isak Dinesen (1885–1962)
  8. Rocha Chimera, Swahili writer.
  9. Yusuf Dawood
  10. Mugo Gatheru (1925– ), autobiographical writer.Gikandi[›]
  11. Anne Gathuo
  12. Mwangi Gicheru
  13. [[Moraa Gitaa], Novelist & short story writer
  14. Dominic Owuor Otiang'a
  15. Muyaka bin Haji al-Ghassany
  16. Elspeth Huxley (1907–1997), autobiographical writer.
  17. Francis Imbuga (1947– ), playwright, novelist and poet.Killam & Rowe[›]
  18. Samuel Kahiga (1946– ), novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  19. Billy Kahora
  20. Parselelo Kantai
  21. Jonathan Kariara (1935–1993), poet, short story writer and editor.Gikandi[›]
  22. Joseph E. Kariuki (1931– ), poet, teacher and administrator.Gikandi[›]
  23. Joseph Mwangi Kariuki (1929–1975), politician and writer.Gikandi[›]
  24. Peter Kareithi
  25. Jomo Kenyatta (1892?–1978), politician and writer.
  26. Leonard Kibera (1942–1983), novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  27. Muthoni Likimani (c.1926– ), novelist and poet.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  28. Bella McFarland
  29. Marjorie Oludhe Macgoye (1928– ), novelist, essayist and poet.Gikandi[›]
  30. Charles Mangua (c.1940– ), novelist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  31. Ali A. Mazrui (1933– ), political scientist, essayist and novelist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  32. Sam Mbure
  33. Mwana Kupona binti Msham (died c.1865), Swahili woman poet.
  34. Micere Mugo (1942– ), poet, playwright and critic.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  35. Henry Muoria
  36. Wahome Mutahi (1954–2003), humourist.
  37. Joseph Muthee (1928– ), autobiographical writer.
  38. Meja Mwangi (1948– ), novelist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  39. Ahmad Nassir
  40. Stephen N. Ngubiah (1936– ), novelist.Killam & Rowe[›]
  41. Ngugi wa Mirii (1951–2008), playwright.
  42. Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o (1938– ), novelist, playwright and essayist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  43. Hilary Ngweno
  44. Rebeka Njau (1930– ), novelist, short story writer and playwright.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  45. Chacha Nyaigotti-Chacha (1952– ), playwright.
  46. Asenath Bole Odaga
  47. Atieno Odhiambo (1945–), historian.
  48. Oginga Odinga (1912–1994), philosopher and politician.Gikandi[›]
  49. Margaret Ogola (1958– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  50. Grace Ogot (1930– ), short story writer and novelist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  51. Henry Ole Kulet (1946-– ), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  52. Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor, novelist and winner of the Caine Prize in 2003.
  53. Mwangi Ruheni (1934– ), novelist.Killam & Rowe[›]
  54. Wanda Simon, pseudonym of Nicholas Muraguri (1934– )
  55. Kuldip Sondhi (1924– ), playwright born in Lahore.Gikandi[›]
  56. Bahadur Tejani (1942– ), poet, novelist, short story writer and critic.Gikandi[›]
  57. Halejoetse Tsehlana
  58. M. G. Vassanji (1950– ), novelist and short story writer also associated with Canada.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  59. Koigi wa Wamwere (1949– ), politician, journalist and human rights activist.
  60. Daniel Wabala
  61. Godwin Wachira (1936– ), novelist.Killam & Rowe[›]
  62. Charity Waciuma (1936– ), novelist.Killam & Rowe[›]
  63. Binyavanga Wainaina (1971– ), journalist, novelist and winner of the Caine Prize in 2002.
  64. Ken Walibora
  65. Kyallo W. Wamitila (1966– ), winner of the Jomo Kenyatta Prize in 2001, 2005 and 2007.
  66. Gakaara Wanjau (1921–2001), writer and publisher.Gikandi[›]
  67. Kenneth Watene (1944– ), playwright.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  68. Miriam Were (1940– ), novelist and biographer.Killam & Rowe[›]
  69. Omar Babu ("Abu Marjan"), Second Runner-up for the Jomo Kenyatta Prize (Swahili adult fiction) in 2009.
Mpho Matsepo Nthunya of Lesotho

Lesotho

  1. Moroesi Akhionbare (1945– )
  2. B. M. Khaketla (1913– ), poet.Gikandi[›]
  3. A. M. Lesitsi
  4. M. Mahalefele
  5. M. M. Makara
  6. Z. A. Matšela
  7. Thomas Mofolo (1876–1948), novelist writing in Sesotho.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  8. A. S. Mopeli-Paulus (1913–1960), poet and novelist in Sesotho and English.Killam & Rowe[›]
  9. Mzamane Nhlapo
  10. Kemuel Edward Ntsane (1920–1983), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  11. Mpho Matsepo Nthunya
  12. L. Ramohlanka
  13. Everitt Lechesa Segoete (1858–1923), novelist.Gikandi[›]

Liberia

  1. Edwin Barclay (1882–1955), politician.
  2. Edward Wilmot Blyden (1832–1912), born in the Virgin Islands (see also Sierra Leone), educator, writer, diplomat and politician.
  3. Similih-Magnawala Cordor
  4. S. Kpanbayeazee Duworko, II (1959)
  5. Wilton G. S. Sankawulo (1937–2009), politician, novelist and short story writer.
  6. Bai T. Moore (1916– ), poet, novelist, folklorist and essayist.Killam & Rowe[›] Gikandi[›]
  7. K-Moses Nagbe
  8. Elma Shaw
  9. James V. Dwalu(1966-)
  10. T. Michael Weah
  11. Watchen Johnson-Babalola
  12. Elfreda Johnson
  13. Augustus Voahn
  14. Nathaniel N. P. Nah
  15. Kona Khasu
  16. Srs. Mary Laurene Browne

Malawi

  1. Chiwoza Bandawe
  2. Steven Chimombo (1945– ), poet, dramatist, playwright, novelist, short story writer, and literary critic.Killam & Rowe[›] Gikandi[›]
  3. Frank Chipasula (1949– ), poet and critic.Killam & Rowe[›] Gikandi[›]
  4. John Gwengwe
  5. Aubrey Kachingwe (1926– ), novelist and short story writer.Killam & Rowe[›] Gikandi[›]
  6. Lawrence Kadzitche
  7. Aubrey Kalitera (1949– ), writer, publisher and filmmaker.Gikandi[›]
  8. Whyghtone Kamthunzi (1956– ), novelist, playwright
  9. Legson Kayira (1942– ), novelist.Killam & Rowe[›] Gikandi[›]
  10. Gospel Kazako
  11. Stanley Onjezani Kenani (1976– ), poet.
  12. Ken Lipenga (1954– ), politician, journalist and writer.Killam & Rowe[›]
  13. Benedicto Wokomaatani Malunga
  14. Jack Mapanje (1944– ), academic and poet.Killam & Rowe[›] Gikandi[›]
  15. Jack McBrams
  16. Felix Mnthali (1933– ), poet, novelist and playwright.Killam & Rowe[›]
  17. Edison Mpina (1942– ), poet and novelist.Killam & Rowe[›]
  18. Alfred Msadala
  19. Adamson Muula
  20. Anthony Nazombe (1955– ), poet.Killam & Rowe[›]
  21. Jika Nkolokosa
  22. David Rubadiri (1930– ), diplomat, academic and poet.Killam & Rowe[›] Gikandi[›]
  23. Paul Tiyambe Zeleza (1955– ), historian, critic, novelist and short story writer.
  24. Barnaba Zingani
  25. Willie Zingani

Morocco

Nigeria

  1. Ade Olufeko, Technologist, Designer and Entrepreneur

Somalia

  1. Hussein Ali Dualeh
  2. Boobe Yusuf Dualeh
  3. Ibrahim Ahmed Hawd
  4. Mohamed Bahse Hassan
  5. Ahmed Kayse
  6. Abdulahi Awad Eigeh
  7. Abdurahman Guri-barwaqo
  8. Jama Musa Jama
  9. Abduwali Farah Jambir
  10. A Garas (Maqalocshe)
  11. Fosia Yusuf Haji Adan Qabileh
  12. Abdi Aziz Ahmed Gurbiye-Journalist and Author
  13. Abdinasir Dirie
  14. Abdisalam Issa-Salwe, political historian and information scientist.
  15. Abdirahman Mohamed Adam (Af-jar)
  16. Abdi Sheik Abdi (1942– ), fiction writer and essayist.
  17. Adam S. Abdi
  18. Abdi Kusow, scholar and writer.
  19. Abdul Qader Mohammed Mursal, playwright of Olal iyo Hoyadiis
  20. Abdulkadir Oromo
  21. A. Ibraahim AwXirsi, authored The Somali Court Interpreter
  22. Ahmed Ahmed
  23. Ahmed Farah Ali 'Idaja' (1948– ), journalist and folklorist.
  24. Ayaan Hirsi Ali (1969– ), feminist, writer and politician.
  25. Bashir Sheakh Omar Goth
  26. Cabdulqaadir Xirsi 'Yamyam'
  27. Cali Xuseen Xirsi (1949– ), poet.
  28. Faarax Maxamuud Maxamed1963
  29. Faarax Maxamed Jaamac 'Cawl' (1937–1992), novelist.Gikandi[›]
  30. IIbrahim Ahmed
  31. Jaamac Cumar Ciise, historian and collector of oral literature.
  32. Khalid Ali Guul (Wrote more than 54 books)
  33. Maxamed Daahir Afrax, novelist, playwright, journalist and scholar.
  34. Saida Sheikh Ahmed(VIP) Brussels Belgium
  35. Mahad Ahmed Dhoore(qaransuge)
  36. Maxamed Xaashi Dhamac 'Gaariye' (1949– )
  37. Mohamed Diriye Abdullahi, scholar, writer, linguist and translator.
  38. Mohamed Haji Mukhtar, scholar and writer.
  39. Mohamed Ibrahim Warsame 'Hadrawi' (1941– ), poet and songwriter.
  40. Musa Galaal (1920–1980), scholar and poet.Gikandi[›]
  41. Abdalla Nuradion Ahmed, Somali poet, journalist and lyricist, died at age 75 in 2008 (surname: Nuradin or Nuradi)
  42. Khadra Sufi, Somali-German author, Journalist
  43. Nuruddin Farah (1945– ), novelist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  44. Rageh Omaar (1967– ), journalist
  45. Said S. Samatar (1943– ), scholar and writer.
  46. Waris Dirie (1965– ), author, actress and activist.
  47. Yaasiin Cismaan Keenadiid (1919– ), lexicographer and literary scholar.

Uganda

  1. Emmanuel Acheta
  2. Regina Amollo
  3. Monica Arac de Nyeko (1979– ), writer of short fiction, poetry and essays.
  4. Jane J. Bakaluba
  5. Lilliane Barenzi
  6. Violet Barungi
  7. Jackee Budesta Batanda
  8. Moses Isegawa (1963– ), novelist.
  9. Grace Birabwe Isharaza
  10. Austin Bukenya (1944– ), playwright, novelist and essayist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  11. Joseph Buruga (1942– ), poet.Gikandi[›]
  12. Arthur Gakwandi
  13. Jane Kaberuka
  14. Godfrey Kalimugogo, novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›]
  15. Timothy Kalyegira
  16. Nuwagaba Kanjungu
  17. Catherine Samali Kavuma (1960– ), novelist.
  18. China Keitetsi (1967– ), activist and autobiographical writer.
  19. Hope Keshubi
  20. Mildred Barya Kiconco
  21. Susan N. Kiguli
  22. Barbara Kimenye (1930– ), children's writer and short story writer.Killam & Rowe[›]
  23. Igor Kossov
  24. Henry Kyemba (1939– ), politician and writer.
  25. Gorretti Kyomuhendo
  26. Beatrice Lamwaka
  27. Taban Lo Liyong (1938– ), poet and critic from northern Uganda / southern Sudan.Gikandi[›]
  28. Bonnie Lubega (1929– ), novelist, children's writer and lexicographer.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  29. Lubwa p'Chong (1946– )., playwright and poet.Killam & Rowe[›]
  30. Mahmood Mamdani (1947– ), academic and political commentator.
  31. Charles Lubega Mbidde
  32. Ham Mukasa (1868–1956), linguist and writer.Gikandi[›]
  33. Jane Musoke-Nteyafas (c.1976– ), poet, columnist and playwright.
  34. John Nagenda (1938– ), poet and critic.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  35. Glaydha Namukasa, midwife and writer.
  36. Beverly Nambozo
  37. Peter Nazareth (1940– ), critic, playwright and novelist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  38. Rajat Neogy (1938–1995), magazine editor and social critic.Gikandi[›]
  39. Tarcis Nsobya
  40. Margaret Ntakarimize
  41. Richard Carl Ntiru (1946– ), poet.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  42. Okello Oculi (1942– ), poet, novelist and political scientist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  43. Julius Ocwinyo (1961– ), editor, poet and novelist.
  44. Sandra Okoed Aimo
  45. Okot p'Bitek (1931–1982), poet and anthropologist.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  46. Mary Karooro Okurutv
  47. Mary Karooro Okurut
  48. Christine Oryema-Lalobo
  49. David Rubadiri (1930– ), teacher and poet.Gikandi[›]
  50. John Ruganda (1941–2007), playwright.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  51. Mukotani Rugyendo, playwright.Gikandi[›]
  52. George Seremba (1957– ), playwright.Killam & Rowe[›]
  53. Eneriko Seruma, the pseudonym of Henry S. Kimbugwe (1944– ), novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  54. Robert Serumaga (1939–1980), playwright.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  55. Taban lo Liyong (c. 1939–), poet, critic, novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  56. Behadur Tejani (1942– ), poet, novelist and short story writer.Gikandi[›] Killam & Rowe[›]
  57. Lillian Tindyebwa
  58. Nick Twinamatsiko
  59. Hilda Twongyeirwe
  60. Vicky Wandawa (1986– )
  61. Ayeta Anne Wangusa
  62. Timothy Wangusa (1942– ), poet and novelist.Killam & Rowe[›]
  63. Elvania Namukwaya Zirimu (1938–1979), short story writer and playwright.Gikandi[›]

References

  1. ^ Dominique Wolton, Auteurs et livres de langue française depuis 1990, 2006, p. 66
  2. ^ Jean-Paul Labourdette & Dominique Auzias, Burundi 2011, p. 109
  3. ^ Burundi: Daniel Kabuto, Les trésors des albinos, Burundi AG News, 14 September 2010
  4. ^ BURUNDI: Head of independent news agency reportedly detained, IRIN, 14 June 1999; On File: Dieudonné Ntakarahera
  5. ^ Marc Rwabahungu - Biographie, publications (livres, articles)
  6. ^ Josette Abondio: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  7. ^ Marie-Danielle Aka: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  8. ^ Marie Gisèle Aka Amany: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  9. ^ Assamala Amoi: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  10. ^ Michèle Assamoua: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  11. ^ Annick Laurence Assemian: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  12. ^ Khadi Sy Bizet: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  13. ^ Fatou Bolli: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  14. ^ Isabelle Boni-Claverie: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  15. ^ Marie Anne Caro: An author from the Ivory Coast writing in French
  16. ^ a b Molvaer, Reidulf Knut, 'Afewerq Yohannis and Debbebe Seyfu: Notes on Ethiopian Writers of the Late Twentieth Century', Northeast African Studies, Volume 6, Number 3, 1999 (New Series), pp. 59-73
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