Rémy Ngamije is a Rwandan-born Namibian columnist, essayist, short-story writer, poet, photographer, and the novelist. He writes a weekly column for The Weekender, a supplement of The Namibian newspaper. He also writes for brainwavez, a writing collective based in South Africa.
His debut novel The Eternal Audience Of One is available from Blackbird Books.
- Yog’hurt (or, Just Breathe) in Litro Magazine (UK);
- Figures of Preach in AFREADA (UK);
- The Neighbourhood Watch in The Johannesburg Review of Books (RSA);
- Crunchy, Green Apples (or, Omo) in The Amistad (US);
- Suikerbossie in The Kalahari Review (Botswana);
- From the Lost City of Hurtlantis to the Streets of Helldorado (or, Franco) is forthcoming in American Chordata (US);
- Sofa, So Good, Sort Of (or, John Muafangejo) is forthcoming in Azure (US).
- The DK Army (2012) on brainwavez.org
- Teju Cole Examines The African Supercity (2013) on on brainwavez.org
- Let Me School You Cats On How To Reading Comic Books When You Live In A Small Town And You’re Poor (2018) on on brainwavez.org
Rémy is scheduled to appear at the Open Book Festival (04-08 September 2019) in Cape Town, South Africa.
Rémy can be reached in any of the following ways.