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I received a call from Mrs Primoh (whom I had mistakenly called Shola)  sometime in May, extending an invitation to two writers from Parrésia Publishers - Richard Ali and Abubakar Adam Ibrahim - to read on the Laipo platform in Ibadan on the 2nd of...

First Published by Sentinel Quarterly Written by Alison Lock We are lured into a world suffused with colour, heat, and energy.  The stories are reminiscent of folk tales and fables where some of the characters have the qualities of angels, witches and medicine men.  In contrast, they are set in...

By Mazi Fred Nwonwu Immediately I finished reading Emmanuel Iduma’s novel Farad, I felt the need to tell others about it. Not as a professional reviewer, that I am not, but as a reader pleased with a book bought with hard-earned Naira. I write with a...

First published HERE By Onyeka Nwelue Nigerian writing is best known for its intensely beautiful storytelling, wrapped on personal journeys and narcissistic tales. It has so many challenges, from generation to generation. Now, a new generation of writers is making its mark, from poetry to fiction. Much has...

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