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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...   Just when you feel not to go along reading some stories, Abubakar remedies the pain with enchanting aftertastes. Abubakar is that good at giving any story a creative end. He darns loopholes with stylish climaxes. The Whispering Trees is a collection of 12 short stories;... Abubakar Adam Ibrahim is the entertainment editor of Sunday Trust. He was born in Jos, but hails from Kogi. He is substantially known in the literary orbit as a writer of lyrical and evocative short stories. In 2007, he won the BBC African Performance Prize,... 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,, and Sentinel Literary Quarterly. Abubakar, who holds a degree in Mass Communication... 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...

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