I Learned This From A War Movie: Review of Ondjaki's Granma Nineteen and the Soviet's Secret --- Benjamin Woodard | Numéro Cinq
Angolan author Ndalu de Almeida, who writes under the mononymous pen name, Ondjaki, is something of a literary wunderkind: at 36 years of age, he has already published 20 books, won the José Saramago Prize for Literature, and been named one of Africa’s best writers by The Guardian. And yet, though celebrated throughout his homeland, Europe, and South America, he remains relatively unknown in the English-speaking world.