“…the internet is constantly being updated with information (and nonsense) everyday…thus the rabbit hole of the internet is familiar to most of us. You open a tab, see something interesting… that leads you to another site, and on and on and on it goes, and by the time you take your eyes off the screen you realize you have spent 10x the amount of time you intended to spend on the net.”
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There are also a ton of high quality online literature magazines out there from other continents. Some of my favorites are Granta (the short stories section), The Paris Review (the interviews section) and 3 Am Magazine (whose site tagline – Whatever It Is, We’re Against It – had me from the get go).
One more thing, there is this lady I know, they call her Anyiko Woko, who is an amazing PR agent in the music scene in Africa, and I have been reading her blog circa 2012, and this month, just last week, I was able to meet her in her hometown Molo, Kenya and her blog has gems of the who, the what and the where in the African Art & Culture scene. Have a read.
Supplement this by reading about a little known exotic and very interesting Art Gallery in the heart of Nairobi.
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