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Noma Award

Noma Award

The Noma Award for Publishing in Africa, begun in 1980, is presented for the outstanding work of the year in African literatures.The Noma Award for Publishing in Africa (French:Le Prix Noma de Publication en Afrique) is an annual $10,000 prize for outstanding African writers and scholars who publish in Africa. Within four years of its establishment, the prize "had become the major book award in Africa".[1] The prize was established in 1979 by Shoichi Noma (died 1984), president of Kodansha Ltd, the largest publishing house in Japan, to encourage the publication of works by African authors.[2] The award is annual and given to any new book published in three categories: literature, juvenile and scholarly. The award is sponsored by Kodansha Ltd, administered by the quarterly African Book Publishing Record,[3] and presented under the auspices of UNESCO. Books are admissible in any of the languages of Africa, whether local or European. Winners 1980: Une Si Longue Lettre by Mariama Ba 1981: Health Education for the Community by Felix C. Adi 1982: The BrassmanТs Secret by Meshack Asare 1983: Criminal Procedure in Ghana by Austin N.E. Amissah 1984: Mesandiki wa Mau Mau Ithaamirio-in [prison memoirs in Gikuyu] by Gakaara wa Wanjau, Fools and other stories by Njabulo Ndebele 1985: La Trahison de Marianne by Bernard Nanga 1986: Sobreviver em Tarrafal de Santiago [poetry] by Antonio Jacinto 1987: Villes de Cote dТIvoire, 1893-1940 by Pierre Kipre 1988: Working Life. Factoris, Townships, and Popular Culture on the Rand, 1886-1940 by Luli Callinicos 1989: Bones by Chenjerai Hove 1990: Uprooting Poverty: The South African Challenge by Fr ncis Wilson & Mamphela Ramphele 1991: Waiting Laughters [poetry] by Niyi Osundare 1992: A comme Algeriennes by Souad Khodja; One Day, Long Ago. More Stories from a Shona Childhood by Charles Mungoshi, illustrated by Luke Toronga 1993: Third World Express by Mongane Wally Serote 1994: A Modern Economic History of Africa. Volume 1: The Nineteenth Century (Dakar: CODESRIA, 1993) 1995: Triomf by Marlene van Niekerk 1996: Destins paralleles by Kitia Toure 1997: Mfantsipim and the Making of Ghana: A Centenary History, 1876-1976 by A. Adu Boahen 1998: The Politics of Liberation in South Sudan: An Insider's View by Peter Adwok Nyaba 1999: L'interpretation des reves dans la region Senegambienne. Suivi de la clef des songes de la Senegambie de l'Egypte pharaonique et de la tradition islamique by Djibril Samb.[4] 2000: Ufundishaji wa Fasihi: Nadharia na Mbinu by Kimani Njogu & Rocha Chimera 2001: Odun Ifa/Ifa Festival by Abosede Emanuel 2002: The Arabic Novel: Bibliography and Critical Introduction, 1865-1995 by Hamdi Sakkut 2003: Walter and Albertina Sisulu. In Our Lifetime by Elinor Sisulu 2004: In 2004 the jury decided not to select a winner, but did give four titles Honourable Mention: The Cry of Winnie Mandela by Njabulo Ndebele The Plays of Miracle and Wonder by Brett Bailey Lanre and the Queen of the Stream by Tunde Lawal-Solarin A Dictionary of Yoruba Personal Names by Adeboye Babalola & Olugboyega Alaba 2005: La memoire amputee by Werewere Liking 2006: In a Ribbon of Rhythm by Lebogang Mashile 2007: Strife by Shimmer Chinodya 2008: Beginnings of a Dream by Zachariah Rapola 2009: Lawless and Other Stories by Sefi Atta

 
 


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