Really great: Stickfighting Days by Olufemi Terry, who recently won the Caine Prize for African Writing -  often billed as the continent’s Booker. The author himself has acknowledged that identity art isn’t always a particularly helpful label, which yeah, brings up that Affirmative-Action seesaw of: What is there that is so “African” about what is being expressed”, but also, total excitement that Dude here just won a £10,000 award for this piece (only the second short story he has ever written).