Paul Carlucci is a book reviewer with Think Africa Press. He has reported from Ghana and the Ivory Coast for TAP, Al Jazeera English, IPS Africa, and the Toronto Star. The Secret Life of Fission, a collection of his short fiction, will be published later this year through Canada’s Oberon Press.
25 March 2013 11:26 AM
It may not be his books themselves that we remember, but rather the books that have continued to come after
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