Megan Eardley is a writer and researcher who studies missionary societies and the private security industry. She writes regularly for Africa is a Country, and has also contributed to the Venice Biennale Ideological Guide, The State, and Close, Closer, the third Lisbon Architecture Triennale. In 2013, she co-founded THE FUTURE WEIRD, a film screening series focused on sci-fi, experimental, speculative & weird films made by directors from Africa and the Global South.
Souvenirs of the Future
IF THE NOVELIST Deji Olukotun had been working in the 1950s, he would have been writing radio plays — the kind of ...