On this episode we play excerpts from an interview we did with African writer, Ayesha Harruna Attah. We talk about her two novels Harmattan Rain and Saturday’s Shadows. As part of our discussion we discuss the characters in her books and relate them to the everyday experiences of Africans throughout the world. We also talk about the political environments in which she sets her narrative and the importance of writers putting forth a vision that we can build from.
This episode has featured sounds from; Akala the track is “Get Educated”, from his Knowledge Is Power – Mixtape, Vol. 1, Chairman Maf from his album 1976, the track is “Rise”, from Arise King David, from his album Free Music, the track is “Nkrumah Salute” and from Logic & RU1 Fam’s collabo album We Are One, the track is “One” feat Amy True.