Founded in February 1999, ANANSI opened its pages to the new, emerging, and established writers of the African diaspora—and to readers who appreciate a broad range of fiction.  published twice a year,

ANANSI is a 6″ x 9″ trade paper literary journal featuring cover art by talented artists. Subscriptions for individuals are $25 (1 yr) $40 (2 yrs). Institutional subscriptions are $44 (1 yr) $60 (2 yrs).  Single copies are available for $15 + $3 s/h.


Jacaranda Books publishes adult fiction and non-fiction, including illustrated books, which cross linguistic, racial, gender and cultural boundaries – books in many ways as cosmopolitan as our city.

General Enquiries
Janneke Koopman
Publishing Manager
020 7609 0891

Management, Editorial & Rights Queries
Valerie Brandes
Founder & Publisher
Email: valerie@jacarandabooksartmusic.co.uk
Twitter: @valrey

Digital & Publicity
Jazzmine Breary
Digital & Communications Manager
Email: jazzmine@jacarandabooksartmusic.co.uk
Twitter: @jreadsalot

Sales, Marketing & Business Development
Cynthia Hamilton
Commercial Director
Email: cynthia@jacarandabooksartmusic.co.uk
Twitter: @cynniethepoo

Sales Representative
David Wightman
Global Book Sales Ltd
2 The Hawthorns
E: david@globalbooksales.co.uk
T: 00 44 (0) 7963 210830

UK & International Distribution
Macmillan Distribution (MDL)
Unit 3, Olympia Trading Estate
Brunel Road,
Hampshire RG21 6XS

Tel: customer services on 01256 302692
Fax: customer services on 01256 812521/ 812558
Email: orders@macmillan.co.uk

USA & Canada Distribution
Consortium Book Sales & Distribution
The Keg House
34 13th Avenue NE, Suite 101,
MN 55413

Tel:  612/746-2600

Jacaranda Books
020 7609 0891

Munyori Literary Journal is an online Zimbabwean-American literary platform that features works from global writers and artists. The word ‘munyori’ is Shona for “writer” or “author.” Munyori Literary Journal extends its meaning to represent all artists. It seeks to make a significant contribution to literature and the arts. Emphasis is on what each writer contributes, in that moment when the creation of art is a solitary process. It is at that moment when what you are–munyori–is highlighted.

While the journal receives the bulk of its submissions from Zimbabwe and the United States, it also features works from Nigeria, India, China, the UK, Ireland, South Africa, Ghana, Canada, and more from all corners of the globe.

Munyori Literary Journal