The French version of the new digital e-book published by Arterial Network is now available online.
How Free is Free? Reflections on Freedom of Creative Expression in Africa is available to download for free as a PDF and can be read on a laptop or mobile phone.
The book is the result of over two years of work and includes contributions from twenty-five diverse African authors, including eight French-language authors, namely Aisha Dème (Senegal), Ayoko Mensah (France/ Togo), Boris Boubacar Diop (Senegal), Edgar Sekloka (Cameroon/ France), Gaël Faye (Rwanda/ France), Hamadou Mande (Burkina Faso), Michèle Rakotoson (Madagascar) and Sami Tchak (Togo).
The works featured in the original compilation include essays, poetry and fiction that allow readers to navigate and discover the complexities of freedom of creative and artistic expression on the continent.
To download the e-book in English, click here. To download the e-book in French, click here.
Several launch events and workshops will be held in the coming months in various countries in order to celebrate the release of the book. To find out more about the upcoming events, follow Arterial Network on Facebook and Twitter.
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