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Rémy Ngamije is a Rwandan-born Namibian writer and African winner of the 2021 Commonwealth Short Story Prize. (Rémy Ngamije/ Instagram)
Rémy Ngamije is a Rwandan-born Namibian writer and African winner of the 2021 Commonwealth Short Story Prize. (Rémy Ngamije/ Instagram)

Rémy Ngamije is a Rwandan-born Namibian writer and photographer who refers to his services as a reader, writer and editor as “foot soldier work” in the continent’s literary space. 

His debut novel The Eternal Audience Of One, originally published by BlackBird Books, is forthcoming from Scout Press. He is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Doek!, Namibia’s first literary magazine.

To name a few, Ngamije’s work has appeared in Litro Magazine, The Johannesburg Review of Books, The Amistad, The Kalahari Review, American Chordata, Doek!, Azure, Sultan's Seal, Santa Ana River Review, Columbia Journal, Necessary Fiction, Silver Pinion, and Lolwe.

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