Award-winning African author to visit Georgetown

The University’s Lannan Center for Poetics and Social Practice will invite Zimbabwean writer NoViolet Bulawayo for a month-long residency after she won the 2011 Caine Prize for African Writing on Tuesday. The £10,000 Caine Prize, considered one of Africa’s leading literary prizes, was first awarded in 2000. It is named in memory of Sir Michael Caine, who […]

2010 Caine Prize winner Terry coming to Georgetown

Want to win £10,000 and a month-long residency at Georgetown?  As long as you’re a brilliant African author (a pretty big caveat, we know), the Caine Prize is for you. The prize, named in memory of Sir Michael Caine, has been awarded to African authors annually in Oxford, England since 2000.  It was conceived as […]