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Black Boy Review came in 2013 with the aim of promoting new, young, under-represented writers from the African continent. Over the years, we have been publishing reviews and conducting interviews about books, short stories, and poetry by these writers, who we think are also underpromoted in the African soil. Our goal is to feed our audience with the possibilities and imaginations that these writers produce.
We are interested in sustaining the literary community as well as serving as a resource center for documenting African literary voices. We have been featured on OKAYAFRICA and CULTURE CUSTODIAN, in a list of book spaces putting African literature on the map.
Chinonso NZEH is Black Boy Review’s Editorial Assistant. His works have appeared in Isele Magazine, Agbowo and elsewhere. He thinks of storytelling as a way to comprehend the world’s wonder. When he’s not writing, he’s reading or listening to old-skool music. He hopes to dump his law degree and become a writing professor.
Chimdinma ONWUNEME is the Copy Editor for Black Boy Review. She loves to read African fiction with a romantic touch. She finds joy in African stories by women. She lives in Abuja, Nigeria.
Emmanuel OGUNLEYE is the Multimedia Assistant for Black Boy Review. He studied English at Lagos State University and is interested in digitized African storytelling.
Michael UZOWUIHE is the IT Assistant for Black Boy Review. He advocates for an online literary space that is accessible, user friendly and free for everyone.
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