African Storytelling: A case of 3 Top Journals setting the pace. When we think contemporary, we think current, outside-the-box and maybe a little bit avant-garde...
Prof. Pius Adesanmi is one of Africa’s brightest essayists and writers, a Nigerian of note. He has left us a trail to follow, and a goal to pursue.
Ikeogu Oke, is Dead! His book “the Heresiad” won the 2017, NLNG Prize for literature. His win came after the prose writer Abubakar Adam Ibrahim
A panel will review the 2018 Dec. Freedom Magazine Award. Michael Tolulope Emmanuel, novelist, poet and short fiction writer
Writing prompts are a good head start. Maybe you are too bored or stuck in your writing. We got some oil for the wheels. This collection of prompts
Prize of #100,000 goes to a single top literary piece from any genre; fiction, poetry and nonfiction. SOBCA Academy sponsors this year’s award prize.
My clear favourite here was Last Days by Amynah Dauda, which starts as a reflective piece on deadlines, before slowly spinning out to cover terminal illness, ambition, infidelity and parental relationships. – James Holden
Writers celebrate wins almost every day but notably this month will witness the Quramo Prize winner. These moments are important to the African Storytelling and...
I am happy to announce that Cassava Republic Press has acquired the rights to publish my books, Season of Crimson Blossoms and The Whispering Trees in Nigeria. Copies
Source: Granta In partnership with the Commonwealth Writers Pastor Justice always vexes me small-small, but I forgive him because he be man of God. For...