Leoncio Evita Enoy

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Leoncio Evita Enoy (Udubuandolo, August 8, 1929 – Bata, December 1996) was an intellectual, painter and writer from Equatorial Guinea.[1]


He attended several schools in San Carlos and learned drawing by correspondence. He worked as a teacher in Bata's Escuela de Artes y Oficios (School of Arts and Offices) and was a regular contributor to the Poto-Poto literary magazine. He lived in Cameroon from 1953 to 1960.


  • Cuando los combes luchaban, 1953, considered the first novel in Equatorial Guinea.
  • Alonguegue (No me salvaré)
  • El guiso de Biyé.


  • Donato Ndongo-Bidyogo; Mbaré Ngom (eds.) Literatura de Guinea Ecuatorial : antología, Madrid, España : SIAL Ediciones, ISBN 978-84-95498-17-5


  1. ^ "Literary Encyclopedia – Leoncio Evita Enoy". Retrieved 2 September 2016. 

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