Tag: E.C. Osondu
First there was a little crackle as the pin scratched the record and then the voices would begin to sing or talk and would float into the surrounding inky darkness.
If you must travel, travel by Amtrak. Trains are safe, buses are not. I mean safe from raids by the INS.
You’re Invited: E.C. Osondu’s Book Party on November 2November 2010
|This election night, please join Guernica in celebrating the launch of fiction writer E.C. Osondu’s debut collection, Voice of America.|
Guernica writer E.C. Osondu wins the ‘African Booker’July 2009
E.C. Osondu's story in Guernica, Waiting, won the so-called African Booker—the Caine Prize for African Writing.
WaitingBy E.C. Osondu (Winner of the 2009 Caine Prize for African Writing)
My friends in the camp are known by the inscriptions written on their t-shirts. Acapulco wears a t-shirt with the inscription, Acapulco. Sexy’s t-shirt has the inscription Tell Me I’m Sexy. Paris’s t-shirt says See Paris And Die.