Abdel Aziz Baraka Sakin

Abdel Aziz Baraka Sakin was born in Kassala in 1963. He has written many novels and collections of short stories including al-Jango (2010) which won the al-Tayyib Salih prize and was, shortly after, banned by the Sudanese government. In 2012 his books including Woman from Campo Kadis (2004), from which this story comes, were confiscated from the Khartoum book fair and banned. He now lives in Austria and publishes his books in Cairo.

Anthologies featuring Abdel Aziz Baraka Sakin

The Book of Khartoum

Short stories about the Sudanese capital, featuring ten authors including Bushra al-Fadil and his 2017 Caine Prize winning story.