Clooney and Prendergast's simple story – explaining causes of political violence in Africa – breeds simplistic and ineffective solutions.
So journalist Alex Preston jetted into town from a posh Western capital. Alex Preston went to
Yesterday outsized rapper Rick Ross (twitter handle: “Mastermind”) tweeted two pieces of exciting news at once:
The Guardian’s Sunday edition, The Observer, have run the puff-piece nobody else wanted, a lengthy tête-à-tête with
I wasn’t pleased with the selection of short stories listed for the Caine Prize this year.
[vodpod id=Video.5972910&w=500&h=411&fv=videoId%3D897337827001%26amp%3BlinkBaseURL%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.newyorker.com%252Fvideo%253FvideoID%253D897337827001%26amp%3BplayerID%3D673564960001%26amp%3BplayerKey%3DAQ%7E%7E%2CAAAAAF1454s%7E%2CQH_ygumSKiVg91q-ZwBlqWe1HcfbhDds%26amp%3Bdomain%3Dembed%26amp%3BdynamicStreaming%3Dtrue] Writer Teju Cole— he has a new novel, “Open City”–talks and writes about identity
Our man Teju Cole’s novel “Open City,” set in post-9/11 New York City, is doing better
The writer Teju Cole (remember him from the Africa’s World Cup panel at The New School
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRGU13hRvW8&w=500&h=307&rel=0] I have been threatening to post the video of a panel discussion about the 2010
Africa’s World Cup THE NEW SCHOOL, 66 WEST 12TH STREET. Room 510 Date: May 4, 2010
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oE9uux8xjzU&hl=en&fs=1&w=500&h=307&rel=0] “Wole Soyinka: Child of the Forest,” director Akin Omotoso’s documentary film on the writer and