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Chika Unigwe was born in Nigeria in 1974. She is the author of four novels, The Phoenix (2007), On Black Sisters' Street (2009), Night Dancer (2012) and The Black Messiah (2013, published only in Dutch translation so far). She has also written numerous short stories and essays.

She has received many awards and distinctions, including the 2012 NLNG Prize for her novel On Black Sisters' Street.

This bibliography is a companion page to Chika Unigwe's official website, which can be accessed here.

News and Updates
11 August 2021: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources, and On the Internet updated.

2 July 2021: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources, and On the Internet updated.

27 April 2021: Primary Sources and On the Internet updated.

13 March 2021: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources, and On the Internet updated.

13 February 2021: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources, and On the Internet updated.

24 April 2020: Primary Sources, Secondary Sources, and On the Internet updated.

5 October 2019: Primary Sources and On the Internet updated. Chika has just published an opinion article in the Guardian, which is available online.

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Site Created: 18 March 2017. Latest Update: 22 August 2021.
The design of this website is based on a painting by the Trinidad-based British artist of Nigerian descent Chris Ofili.