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214 Writers In Race For Africa's Largest Prize In Literature

Posted at 6:50AM Sunday 13 May 2012

A total of 214 foreign and home-based writers will be competing for the 2012 edition of Africa's pre-eminent prize in literature – The Nigeria Prize for Literature, the largest number received since the prize was inaugurated in 2004.

The Literary Saloon


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