M.G. Vassanji

M.G. Vassanji delivers a dystopian story

Where debate gets bogged down in a poorly constructed world

RBC Taylor Prize nominees: M.G. Vassanji, bound by East Africa’s call

Drawing on his sense of ‘mad belonging,’ M.G. Vassanji crafted an insider’s account of his place of birth

M.G. Vassanji travels back to Tanzania

The acclaimed novelist’s memoir is an insider’s experience of a misunderstood continent


REVIEW: The magic of saida

Book by M.G. Vassanji

The trouble with ‘Kony 2012’

Celebrated Canadian author M.G. VASSANJI on Africa’s missing voice in the viral video media storm

A land of constant complaints

Tanzania: land of constant complaints

The country seems well, but corruption is rampant


An expat in London

“I don’t consider myself a Jewish or a Canadian writer. I am a writer.”


Always the writer in exile

The private battles of one of Canada’s greatest provocateurs