Bio About Rémy Ngamije

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Rémy Ngamije is a Rwandan-born Namibian novelist, short story writer, essayist, columnist, poet, and photographer.

He writes for, a writing collective based in South Africa. He is the editor-in-chief of Doek!, Namibia’s first literary magazine.

His debut novel The Eternal Audience Of One is available from Blackbird Books and Amazon.

Excerpts from The Eternal Audience Of One

“Windhoek has three temperatures: hot, mosquito, and fucking cold.” – Available from The Johannesburg Review Of Books.

“I want to go back to Rwanda but I don’t want to go back to be Rwandan.” – Available from Reading List.

Reviews for The Eternal Audience Of One

“…if you’re looking for an intelligent escape-and-rescue literary experience, The Eternal Audience of One is your book. It’s an intricate interrogation of exile, homesickness and the alienation of immigrant lives. It’s also a brilliant postmodern take on how the arts—writing and music in particular—can deliver a troubled mind into gathering and holding all that our senses, by experience, have transmuted into consciousness, which, in a nutshell, is the greater purpose of our lives in this world. In this book, southern Africa has thrown its hat into the millennial fiction ring in a manner that is on par with its international peers. We have in Rémy Ngamije a rising literary star to watch.”
—Mphuthumi Ntabeni, author of The Broken River Tent, for The Johannesburg Review Of Books, October, 2019.

Other Publications

Fiction and poetry



  • Shortlisted for best original fiction by Stack Magazines in the 2019 Stack Magazine Awards for From The Lost City Of Hurtlantis To The Streets Of Helldorado (or, Franco), published in American Chordata in July, 2019.



Rémy can be reached in any of the following ways.

Mail @remythequill remythequill Rémy Ngamije Rémy Ngamije remythequill