Jose Eduardo Agualusa (1960 ), journalist and writer.[Gikandi]
Mario Pinto de Andrade (19281990), poet and politician
Arlindo Barbeitos (1940 ), poet
Mendes de Carvalho, writing as Uanhenga Xitu, politician and Africanist writer in Portuguese and Kimbundu.[Gikandi]
Maria Joao Chipalavela
Alexandre Daskalos (1924-), poet
Maria Alexandre Daskalos
Raul David (1918-)
Lopito Feijoo (1963 ), poet.
Ernesto Lara Filho (1932-1977), poet
Domingos Florentino (1953-)
Duque Kate Hama (1963-)
Antonio Jacinto (19241991), poet and political activist.[Gikandi]
Sousa Jamba (1966 ), Anglophone journalist and novelist.
Luis Kandjimbo (1960 ), essayist and critic.
Dia Kassembe (1946 ), Francophone writer and novelist.
Alda Lara (19301962), poet.
Manuel de Santos Lima (1935-)
Reis Luis, or "Mbwanga" (1968 ), Portuguese-language novelist.
Joao Maimona (1955 ), poet and essayist.
Cikakata Mbalundu (Anibal Simoes) (1955-)
Manuel Rui Monteiro (1941 ), poet.[Gikandi]
Agostinho Neto (19221979), poet.[Gikandi] [Killam & Rowe]
Frederico Ningi (1959-), poet, journalist
Ondjak (1977 ), poet, novelist and dramatist.
Pepetela, pen-name of Artur Carlos Mauricio Pestana dos Santos (1941), writer of fiction.[Gikandi]
Inacio Rebelo de Andrade (1935-)
Oscar Ribas (19092004), novelist
Alcides Sakala Simoes (1953-)
Aires de Almeida Santos
Paula Tavares (1952 ), poet.
Timoteo Ulika (Cornelio Caley)
Jose Luandino Vieira (1935 ), short-story writer and novelist.[Gikandi]
Mota Yekenha (1962-)
Jose Eduardo Agualusa (Alves da Cunha) (born December 13, 1960, in Huambo, Angolathen called Nova Lisboa, Overseas Province of Angola) is an Angolan journalist and writer. He studied agronomy and silviculture in Lisbon, Portugal. He currently spends most of his time in Portugal, Angola and Brazil, working as a writer and journalist. His books have been translated into twenty languages. He writes monthly for the Portuguese magazine LER and weekly for the Angolan newspaper A Capital. He hosts the radio program A Hora das Cigarras, about African music and poetry, on the channel RDP Africa. In 2006, he launched, with Conceicao Lopes and Fatima Otero, the Brazilian publisher Lingua Geral, dedicated exclusively to Portuguese-language authors.