Bakwa is a Cameroonian literary magazine that has been collecting some of the most stimulating fiction and non-fiction writing pens from Cameroon and Africa since 2011. Published by the African publishing house Bakwa Books, over the years they have written some of the most interesting emerging pens of the African continent, which in this magazine publish their original works and which through its pages contribute to spreading an authorial culture still not very widespread in Africa. .
The magazine is very essential in form, printed on usuman paper, but very powerful in its contents made up of stories and poems.
Issue 10 of Bakwa is entitled "Family Politricks", in fact the stories contained in it deal with the concept of family, its meaning, non-blood relationships that become family. Inside there are 15 original works including fiction, non-fiction and poetry. The main contributors to the number are: Pwaangulongii Dauod, Sada Malumfashi, Bertille Mbarga, Lebohang Mojapelo, Géraldin Mpesse, Eleanor TK, Nelson Kamkuimo, Mignotte Mekuria, Kanyinsola Olorunnisola, and JK Anowe