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Khadi Hane

Khadi Hane was born in Dakar, Senegal, and moved to France as a student in 1985. She works in the energy sector in Paris and heads the Black Arts and Culture Association. She has published short...

Marame Gueye

Marame Gueye is an assistant professor of African and African diaspora literatures in the department of English at East Carolina in Greenville, NC. She earned her doctorate in...

Fatou Diome

Fatou Diome was born in Senegal and lives in Strasbourg. She is the author of Le ventre de L'Atlantique, translated into English by Lulu Norman and Ros Schwartz and published...
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