Olufemi Terry, essayist, fiction writer, and art practitioner, has written for publications in Africa, the United States, and Europe, among them Chimurenga, The America Scholar and Guernica. In 2013, he published with Marco Lachi’s How does it feel to be leaving the most beautiful city in the world?, a collaborative book of text and photographs about Cape Town. That year he served also as a judge for the inaugural Miles Morland scholarship for African writers, and for the inaugural Artraker bursary award for creativity in art and conflict. He lives in Germany and the United States.
The New New Africa
Olufemi Terry on Denis Johnson...