Sanya Osha has published prose, poetry, and works of philosophy. His latest book is Ken Saro-Wiwa’s Shadow: Politics, Nationalism, and the Ogoni Protest Movement (expanded edition, 2021), and he is also a frequent contributor to Africa Review of Books/Revue Africaine des Livres. His other work has appeared in The Johannesburg Review of Books, Gadfly Online, Transition, Pambazuka News, The Missing Slate, and Research in African Literatures. He works at the Institute for Humanities in Africa at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.
The Re-Education of a Colonialist
A new novel by a South Africa author puts the legacy of colonialism on trial — literally....