A series of three specially commissioned stories by new writers from the African continent - writers who are part of an emerging literary scene bursting with young, talent.
In 'Jagged Edges of a Disappearing Woman' by the Kenyan author Ndinda Kioko, a man regains consciousness barely able to recognise himself.
Ndinda Kioko was brought up in Zimbabwe. This is her first story to be broadcast on radio.
Reader: Cornelius Macarthy
Commissioned for radio by Ellah Allfrey
Directed by Jill Waters
A Waters Company production for BBC Radio 4.