Bahati Books attends Buckingham Palace's Royal Garden Party.

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Kudakwashe Kamupira co-founder of Bahati Books discusses inspiration, entrepreneurship and contemporary African fiction.

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Come and join us at the Greenwich Book Festival on Saturday 27 May! 

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Purple Mangoes profiled as a book to watch out for in May 2017!

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Zainab Omaki's "Side Babies", Ayibu Makolo's "The Farewell" and Katlego Kol-Kes' "...on about the same old things" recommended as top e-book reads for April by NU People Magazine! 

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Being an African man is a dangerous game.

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Bahati Books profiled by What's On Africa.

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Bahati Books profiled by King's College London.

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Young Nigerians are leaving - it’s up to us to persuade them to stay. 

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Book Review – My Mind Is No Longer Here, by Adebiyi Temilade.

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Spanish newspaper, El Pais, speaks to Bahati Books about their work championing African literature.

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Sylva Nze Ifedigbo's e-book, My Mind Is No Longer Here, highlighted as an exciting new release to look out for in March 2017. 

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Being trans* is becoming a black woman of complications.

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My Mind Is No Longer Here - book review by Waridi Book Blog.

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Co-founders of Bahati Books, Barbara Njau and Kudakwashe Kamupira, speak to RFI's Africa: Stories in the 55 literature program about their new e-books on offer for 2017 and what trends they are focusing on in the new year.

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African writing anthology serialised by The Pigeonhole and Bahati Books.

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We do everything online so why aren’t we all reading e-books?

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The Pigeonhole is delighted to be collaborating with Bahati Books to bring you a serialisation of the best new African writing today. 

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New short story collection by writers across Africa from Bahati Books,

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Katlego Kol-Kes' debut anthology "...on about the same old things" selected among Writivism's favourite books of 2016.

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Bahati Books author Joe Machina attends Lesotho-based African literature festival, Ba re e ne re festival, to speak about his debut e-book, "Victims of Greed".

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The Bookseller speaks to Bahati Books co-founders Barbara Njau and Kudakwashe Kamupira ahead of the UK's Black History Month in October, to discuss Bahati Books' Black History Month anthology of African writing. 

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Barbara Njau, King's College London alumna and co-founder of Bahati Books, hosts a seminar covering everything an early stage start-up's business or charity's checklist should include.

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Celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth with a daily shot of short fiction.

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Bahati Books at "Africa Writes" - a roundup.

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Writivism reviews Stanley Gazemba's e-book, "Nairobi Echoes". 

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Bahati Books co-founders, Kudakwashe Kamupira and Barbara Njau speaks to Soho Radio host, Stefan Allesch-Taylor about African literature, the future of publishing and Bahati Books' upcoming titles. 

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The hosts of online podcast - Mostly Lit - speak to Barbara Njau and Kudakwashe Kamupira about Bahati Books and its plans for the future. 

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10 books you must read about life in contemporary Africa.

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Barbara Njau drops by East London Radio station to discuss Bahati Books and African literature: why it is an important and growing genre in its own right, why readers – both African readers but also global non-African readers stand to benefit from reading fresh and contemporary writing emerging from across Africa and its diaspora – and what the outlook is for digital publishing.

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Poetess Katlego Kol-Kes, author of "...on about the same old things" writes about what it feels like to become ‘Botswana’s first openly Trans* identifying public figure’.

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Changing perceptions of African literature: Bahati Books speaks to King's College London and discusses contemporary African literature and the importance of changing narratives when they no longer serve us.

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Bahati Books speaks at London Business School's "Africa Business Summit". 

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MoveMeBack selects Bahati Books as one of Africa's young and leading changemaking organisations!

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Nottingham-based Kemet FM’s DJ Ya Kil interviewed Bahati Books co-founders – Barbara Njau and Kudakwashe Kamupira. They discuss Bahati Books’ innovative, new authors; writers on the rise who readers should keep an eye on.

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Two African women's solution to the lack of African e-books.

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Bahati Books wins its second award, at Lion's Den Challenge Start -Up Competition Awards Ceremony.

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There’s a digital revolution taking place in Africa. Many readers have embraced digital magazines and e-books and Bahati Books is part of that revolution. To read more, flick through to page 13 of Afroelle Magazine!

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The future is digital in Africa and e-books will be the next big thing. Meet Barbara and Kudakwashe, founders of Bahati Books.

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E-publishing platform Bahati Books has been named winner of the second Africa Tech Pitch LDN event, which aims to showcase Africa-oriented UK-based startups.

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Literature is a powerful thing for many. It can take people on a journey and allow an audience to open their imaginations. Literature also has the power to connect people in a very real and spiritual way, allowing them to learn about themselves. 

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