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Dayo Ntwari

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Dayo Ntwari is a Rwandan-Nigerian speculative fiction writer. His stories of the African fantastic have been published in Lightspeed Magazine's People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction (British Fantasy Society Award for Best Anthology), and The Manchester Review, among other places.  
   
Dayo Ntwari's stories are inspired by African legends and myths. He believes Africa’s diverse histories, religions, spirituality and mythologies can serve as a never-ending treasure trove of inspiration for African speculative fiction.
   
Dayo loves writing stories of the African fantastic, and is publishing them  on Patreon for free: https://www.patreon.com/dayontwari

    If you love reading them, then your support will allow him to continue writing th
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The Logfile with Dayo Ntwari Ep.017 African Pluralism

Why is pluralism such an alien concept to African societies, even today? Why does it matter that someone is from a different ethnic group than you? The Logfile with Dayo Ntwari Ep.017 African Pluralism.

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“Perhaps he found it strange being accompanied by a Chinese-Nigerian arms trafficking pirate, but the Irish priest had just followed me silently on board the covert government transport.”
Dayo Ntwari, Roses For Betty And Other Stories: The Writivism Anthology 2015

“Perhaps he found it strange being accompanied by a Chinese-Nigerian arms trafficking pirate, but the Irish priest had just followed me silently on board the covert government transport.”
Dayo Ntwari, Roses For Betty And Other Stories: The Writivism Anthology 2015

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