Rémy Ngamije is a Rwandan-born Namibian story writer, essayist, columnist, poet, photographer, and the author of The Eternal Audience Of One (Blackbird Books, 2019). He also writes for brainwavez.org, a writing collective based in South Africa. He is the editor-in-chief of Namibia’s first literary magazine: Doek! His short stories have appeared in Litro Magazine, AFREADA, The Johannesburg Review of Books, The Amistad, The Kalahari Review, American Chordata, Doek!, Azure, and Sultan’s Seal. Further work is forthcoming from New Contrast, Columbia Journal, and the Santa Ana Review.
His poetry has been anthologised in “My Heart In Your Hands: Poems From Namibia” (forthcoming from UNAM Press, 2020). His short story – “Only Stars Know The Meaning Of Space” – is longlisted for the Afritondo Short Story Prize 2020 while “From The Lost City Of Hurtlantis To The Streets Of Helldorado (or, Franco)” was shortlisted for Best Original Fiction by Stack Magazines in 2019.
More of his writing can be read on his website: remythequill.com