Apala of Oga Tunji

Àjàdí’s play about a cheating doctor, his God-fearing wife, and their overeducated driver presents a dramatic portrait of the upper-middle class in Lagos, Nigeria. More

Millennial

Though it somehow felt unlikely that money would continue to operate in this way for the rest of my life, it was actually probably the most likely thing to… More

Money and Translation

Is there anything we can do, as writers and translators, to break the causal chain of financial influence in the U.S. reception and publication of foreign literature? More

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