LEMBA: The Africana Authors Space launched to celebrate female African authors
Africana Woman Network is thrilled to announce the launch of its exciting new show, “LEMBA: The Africana Authors Space,” dedicated to celebrating and spotlighting the remarkable contributions of female African authors to literature and culture.
LEMBA, meaning “to write” in Bemba, represents a groundbreaking initiative to amplify the voices of talented African women writers, offering a platform where their stories, perspectives, and creativity can shine. The show will feature engaging interviews with accomplished female African authors, providing insights into their creative processes, inspirations, and the stories behind their works., creating an immersive experience for listeners eager to discover the rich tapestry of African literature.
“We are incredibly proud to introduce 'LEMBA: The Africana Authors Space’ to our audience,” said Chulu Chansa, Founder and CEO of Africana Woman.
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“This show is a celebration of the diverse and powerful voices of African women authors who have made a significant impact on literature. Through LEMBA, we aim to promote inclusivity, nfoster literary appreciation, and create a space where these incredible storytellers can connect with a global audience.”
The first episode of “LEMBA: The Africana Authors Space” premiered on 11 December, 2023, and subsequent episodes will be released every Monday. Listeners can tune in to Africana Woman on any podcast app to listen the show and join the vibrant community of readers and literature enthusiasts.
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