Euphrase Kezilahabi (born 13 April 1944) is a Tanzanian novelist, poet, and scholar. Born in Ukerewe, Tanganyika (now in Tanzania), he is currently based at the University of Botswana, where he is an associate professor at the Department of African Languages.
He writes in Swahili, and has delivered talks on subjects such as 'Aesthetic Ambivalence in Modern Swahili' and 'The Concept of the Hero in African Fiction'.
- Stray Truths: Selected Poems of Euphrase Kezilahabi (Translations by Annmarie Drury) - 2015
- Mzingile - 1991
- Nagona - 1990
- Karibu Ndani - 1988
- Rosa Mistika - 1988
- The Concept of the Hero in African Fiction - 1983
- Translations by the Poetry Translation Centre.
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