http://ucheumez.sentinelpoetry.org.uk/2011/05/writing-is-bit-harder-now-recalls.html?m=1 ABUBAKAR is one writer whose short stories I so much enjoy. His writing is so evocative and lyrical most of the time. You can find some of his short stories on African Writing, Africanwriters.com, and Sentinel Literary Quarterly. Abubakar, who holds a degree in Mass Communication...

http://akumbuwrites.wordpress.com/2012/06/19/whispering-talent/Every so often, a journalist will try his hand at fiction. Daily Trust’s arts correspondent, Abubakar Adam Ibrahim is the latest to do so; prompting the question, do journalists make good fiction writers?Put out by Parresia, Ibrahim’s The Whispering Trees is a slim collection of...

The Faces of New Nigerian Writing.Parresia Authors. [L-R] Emmanuel Iduma, author of Farad; Richard Ali, who is also the Chief Operating Officer, and Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, author of The Whispering Trees. Location: ALS Bookjam @ Silverbird. Silverbird Lifestyle Store, Abuja. Date: 27th July, 2012....

 Parresia author, Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, interviews British-Sierra Leonean author Aminatta Forna. Abubakar is the author of "The Whispering Trees" [2012].   British-Sierra Leonean writer, Aminatta Forna, author of The Memory of Love and The Devil that Danced on the Water was in Lagos recently where Sunday Trust...

By Richard Ali First published on www.gclf.blogspot.com How did you write your book? In the weeks since my debut novel, City of Memories, was published by Black Palms I’ve been asked this by several younger and unpublished friends. Usually, this has nothing to do with the book itself which...

Parrésia Publishers Limited with its two imprints, Parrésia Books and BlackPalms Books, enters the Nigerian market at a crucial time when publishing is at best a risky investment. Only two serious publishing firms have been set up since the return of democracy in 1999 and...

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