Thursday, March 30, 2017

Essays

Essay publications by Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature.

NIGERIAN WRITERS AWARD

N.W.A. And The Beat of the Age – Carl Terver

N.W.A. And The Beat of the Age In 2014 a list of ‘top 50 contemporary poets who rocked’ the nation was parlayed online. A similar...
Our Favourite reads

Our Favourite Reads in 2016

Our Favourite Reads in 2016 by Rasak-Oyadiran Opeyemi Photo: Tee Jay Dan 2016 has been a great year for African Literature. While I cannot speak for...
Postfaktisch

Why Postfaktisch is the German and International Word of the Year

Why Postfaktisch is the German and International Word of the Year by Alexander Opicho It is a convention of national culture in Germany that every...

In the Spirit of Ake by TJ Benson

In the Spirit of Ake by TJ Benson Photo credit: Lidudumalingani Mqombothi This is a picture of a girl not taken. Thin dark with full purple painted...
Reflections on writivism

PERFORMANCE IS POWER: REFLECTIONS ON WRITIVISM 2016; RESTORING CONNECTIONS.

PERFORMANCE IS POWER: REFLECTIONS ON WRITIVISM 2016; RESTORING CONNECTIONS by Jacob Katumusiime Prior to the 2016 Writivism festival, Centre for African Cultural Excellence (CACE) ran an inquiry...
Before and after burnt men

BEFORE AND AFTER ‘BURNT MEN’- Katricia

Before and After Burnt Men image by Tee Jay Dan BEFORE AND AFTER ‘BURNT MEN’- A JOURNEY INTO THE POETRY OF NIGERIA’S ROMEO ORIOGUN Innocence...
My Uber Diary

My Uber Diary by TJ Benson

God still speaks to me in red. A red Toyota Corolla sweeps up to the front of the Sandralia Hotel as I try to...
Fatai Rolling Dollar: The Nigerian Woman and the Stereotype of Want

Fatai Rolling Dollar: The Nigerian Woman and the Stereotype of Want

Fatai Rolling Dollar: The Nigerian Woman and the Stereotype of Want RELATED: Chapbook: Reshaping Obliterated Faces: Ten Female Nigerian Poets Known as Baba Fatai Rolling Dollar,...
Chinua Achebe and the gaunlet of age

Chinua Achebe and the Gauntlets of the Age

Chinua Achebe and the Gauntlets of the Age by Emmanuel Dairo On March 21, the world rose in unison to salute the memory of the...
Ngugi's most translated story

Self-Idolatry, or What Made Ngugi’s Story Most Translated?

Self-Idolatry, or What Made Ngugi’s Story Most Translated? By Alexander K. Opicho There have been ground-shaking African literary events in the week that preceded the...
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