“One of the most original, imaginative and gifted fiction writers in Africa, and arguably the best of her generation.” The Noma Award 2009

“Again and again Atta’s writings tugs at the heart, at the conscience. At the same time, reflecting the resilience of the Lagosians whose lives she explores, humour is almost constant, effervescent, most often satirical slant.” Sunday Independent
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Sefi Atta
Sefi Atta's steady, quiet, and yet bold narrative voice is unwavering in its dedication to craft, originality, and truth

Nigerian-born Sefi Atta’s short stories have appeared in journals like Los Angeles Review and Mississipi Review and have won prizes from Zoetrope and Red Hen Press. Her radio plays have been broadcast by the BBC. She is the winner of PEN International's 2004/2005 David TK Wong Prize and in 2006, her debut novel Everything Good Will Come was awarded the inaugural Wole Soyinka Prize for Literature in Africa. Read more about the author

BOOKS BY the AUTHOR

A Bit of Difference   Everything Good Will Come   News From Home   Swallow

A Bit of Difference

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Everything Good Will Come

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News From Home

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Swallow

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