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Book Clubs in Nigeria Gist: Here’s What 6 Book Clubs are Currently Reading (June)

Finding book clubs in Nigeria was almost impossible a while back. Now, you can find and join book clubs from the comfort of your home. Way to go! If you ...
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Chinelo Okparanta Brings the Systemic Misogyny and Biases Against Minority Groups to Light in ‘Happiness, Like Water’

Author's Bio: Chinelo Okparanta is a Nigerian-American short story writer born in Port-Harcourt, Nigeria. Her story "America" was short-listed for the Caine Prize in African Writing. Happiness, Like Water is her ...
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5 of the Best Writing Contests You Can Enter for this June

Writing contests provide an avenue for healthy competition and opportunities for writers. More so, they are surefire ways to express your creativity, leverage on notable platforms and hopefully win some ...
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Achieve Deeper Reading with these 4 Practical Steps

Reading a book is very much the equivalent of driving on the road. Some spots you stop at, some you roll on. Sometimes you meet a roundabout that forces you ...
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Nigerian Students Poetry Prize

It’s Entry Time Again: Nigerian Students Poetry Prize 2020

What is the Nigerian Students Poetry Prize about? The Nigerian Students Poetry Prize (NSPP) is an initiative of Poets in Nigeria (PIN) aimed at stimulating literary creativity and encouraging critical thinking ...
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Let’s Talk Depression, Healing and 3 Fun Facts about ‘Suicide Note’ with Faith & Kormbat

By the time you read this, it might be too late... These are words we hope not to read from a loved one - a suicide note. This begs the ...
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For the Love of Book Reviews: ‘Stifling Embrace’ by J. N. Mbunabo

Title: Stifling Embrace (A Collection) Author: J. N. Mbunabo Genre: Fiction Pages: 194 Publisher: Nwanne Books Limited Date of publication: 9th December, 2019. Narrative technique: First person, omniscient About the ...
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“Just because something is ‘for girls’ doesn’t necessarily make it inferior” – Okechukwu Nzelu, Author of The Private Joys of Nnenna Maloney

Today, I'm going to be sharing an interesting interview which I had with Okechukwu Nzelu, author of The Private Joys of Nnenna Maloney. Okechukwu Nzelu is a writer and teacher ...
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11 Awesome Books Up for Discussion at the Lagos Book and Art Festival 2019

The countdown for Lagos Book & Art Festival 2019 has began. LABAF is a one-week artistic event which boasts of an array of book exhibitions, art & crafts, live reading ...
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2019 Ken Saro-Wiwa Prize for Book Review

Read and Win in the 2019 Ken Saro-Wiwa Prize for Book Review

The promoters of the Lagos Book & Art Festival (LABAF), Committee for Relevant Art (CORA), hereby call for submission of entries into their 2019 Ken Saro-Wiwa Prize for Book Review. This ...
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Sally Kenneth Dadzie

Sally Kenneth Dadzie Welcomes New Babies (It’s Not What You Think)

Sally Kenneth Dadzie is a Nigerian writer, blogger, editor and bestselling author on Okadabooks. She welcomed her new babies (books) on the 13th of October, 2019 which coincides with her ...
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Ake Festival 2019

Ake Festival 2019: 7 Amazing Nigerian Writers to Expect

It's that time of the year again! There are quite a number of activities that bookish fellows look forward to before the year wraps up and Ake Festival 2019 is ...
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