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Asake is a braggart on “Work of Art” – Toni Kan
BANTU: The system is broken, the sound is resilient — Mark Levine
A Delicate Narrative Debut: A review of Adenrele Niyi’s “There’s a Heaven for Bad Girls” — Anote Ajeluorou
Deconstructing Prophet Majek Fashek — Isidore Emeka Uzoatu.
The road towards a darkling plain and a poet’s renegotiation of peace — Ajedoyin Olojede
“The Black Book” review: Nigeria’s John Wick left me weak – Otimkpu Achalla
Jagun Jagun: Finally, something truly epic from Nollywood – Toni Kan
Janelle Monáe is “Fine as F#ck” on hot and horny new album — Madeline Roth
Intriguing Insights into Reincarnation: A review of Cheta Igbokwe’s “Awele” — Nenye Okoye
With “Wedlock of the Gods,” professor brings Nigerian storytelling and culture to USC main stage — Chinyere Amobi
OSAMEDE: Society in search of heroes and heroines -Ozoro Opute
100 Notable African Books of 2023
To kill a mockingbird and the addled mystics of paraplegic socio-economic organisations — Michael Oloyede
Mohbad: Death as the ultimate promotion – Toni Kan
George Orwell’s “1984” and our present reality – Muhammed Alfa Belgore
A Literary Journey Unveiled: Janet Chinenye Eze explores love, women’s lives and adaptations
It feels great that I can create good literature in multiple genres — Obari Gomba
Doctors are Not Serial Killers – Ike Anya (author of “Small by Small”)
Record-breaking entries flood 2024 Commonwealth Short Story Prize
RSL announces 2 new awards, appoints 12 authors to International Writers programme
December 3, 2023
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January 2, 2022
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A man’s quest for survival: A Review of Eric Ngalle Charles’s memoir ‘I, Eric Ngalle’ – Sylva Nze Ifedigbo
Eric Ngalle Charles | Purple Shelves Publishers, 2021 | 246 pages I met Eric Ngalle in person before I met...
May 2, 2021
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‘Every departure a death, every return a rebirth’: A review of Helon Habila’s ‘Travelers’ – Olukorede S. Yishau
“Every departure is a death, every return a rebirth.” This is one of the many thought-provoking lines in Travelers, a...
August 9, 2020
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Will Helon Habila’s “Travelers” make James Tait Black Memorial Prize history ? – Mike Jimoh
All seems to be quiet on the literary front thanks to world-wide restrictions because of Covid-19. Even so, the Edinburgh...
December 29, 2019
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“We are all travelers” a Review of Helon Habila’s Travelers – Kanchana Ugbabe, PhD
This is an important novel coming at a time when travelling has become a way of life. Crossing borders, breaching...
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