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Becoming Tems – “If Orange Was a Place” review – Emma Daraloye
Ayra Starr’s “19 & Dangerous” as manual for dealing with Gen Z and Millennial angst – Otimkpu Achalla
With “Esan”, Brymo proves he is a sage and sophist – Adeola Juwon
There was a sage called Chinua Achebe – Uzor Maxim Uzoatu
Wafi boy comes to Lagos: Annotations on RMD’s “Portrait of a Warri boy” – Toni Kan
The Sweet Stories cradled in ‘Nearly All the Men in Lagos Are Mad’ – Olukorede S. Yishau
Kunle Afolayan’s “Swallow” riffs on existential quandaries – Michael Kolawole
BBC Culture critics vote “The Wire” as “Greatest TV series of the 21st century”
Why it is Hard to Love “King of Boys: The Return of The King” – Daniel Okechukwu
Kelvin-Mary Ndukwe stuns with new play, “Omugwo”
Experience Sisi Pelebe @ Terra Kulture
When BAP Productions staged Soyinka’s historical drama “Death and the King’s Horseman” – Anote Ajeluorou
Onyeka Nwelue premieres “Other Side of History” at Oxford University
A Fork in the Road: Which way, Nigeria? – Kunle Ajibade
Nollywood and the evolution of its comedy films – Festus Obehi Destiny
To hell with Cancel Culture’s 9 percenters’-David Zucker
What is the role of European culture institutions in Africa today? – Nadine Siegert, Director Goethe Institut Lagos.
Tribute: Sound Sultan & the Rest of Us – Dami Ajayi
Barry, Wonderful!: A Post-Humous Profile of Fuji’s Great – Micheal Kolawole
Why Danny DeVito returned to the Penguin for new Batman comic Gotham City Villains
Author Alice Sebold apologises to man wrongfully convicted of raping her
Mötley Crüe sell catalogue to BMG for reported £110m
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October 29, 2021
2 min read
I don’t like to waste words, says E.C. Osondu – Dafieta Ighohwo
Day two of the 2021 Ake Arts and Books Festival (AABF), Friday 29 October presented another exciting virtual book chat...
April 4, 2021
16 min read
“The Writer’s Voice in a Political, Social and Artistically-Conscious World” – Zukiswa Wanner (Full text of speech at Time of the Writer, 2021)
In this 24th year of Time of the Writer Festival as we face a global pandemic for the second year,...
May 6, 2020
1 min read
South African Writer Zukiswa Wanner Awarded the 2020 Goethe Medal
Prolific Zambian-born South African writer Zukiswa Wannerhas been awarded this year’s Goethe Medal. According to the Goethe Institut, the annual awardis given...
March 1, 2020
3 min read
Toni Kan in conversation with Zukiswa Wanner who says- “I don’t write when I have nothing to say.”
ZW: I’m Zukiswa Wanner and I’m the Deputy Mayor of Lagos. TK: (Laughter) Run us through some of the stuff...
My life in the Bush of Books
September 1, 2019
1 min read
My life in the bush of books – Zukiswa Wanner, writer
I'd probably take Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani's I Do Not Come to You By Chance.
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