Friday, February 22, 2019

Essays

Essay publications by Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature.

Surfing the New Wave and African Cinema

Through the history of cinema there have been several revolutionary periods, which left their indelible mark on the motion picture industry, and would be...
Nigerian Writers Series

Association of Nigerian Authors: 2015 Scorecard

OUR SCORECARD A TIMELINE OF SERVICE, 2011-2015 By Remi Raji On December 3, 2011, at the Abuja Convention of ANA, the 2011-2013 ANA National Executive Committee was...

“Storytelling” by Keletso Mopai

Storytelling by Keletso Mopai   I relish making stuff up. Having diverse characters strut inside my head and quarrel with one another is morphine for me. I...

Assimilating Afrobeat: From Fela To Wizkid

Use the rewind button a few times to, say, two decades back in Nigerian music. The trick then was to sound like American pop...

“The Burden Of Knowing” by Darlington Chibueze Anuonye

The Burden Of Knowing by Darlington Chibueze Anuonye   I Mrs. Ann Onyebuchi was an exemplary teacher whose wit and learning earned the admiration of both her students...
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...
Faithfully I Wait

A Review of J. Sarangi’s Faithfully I Wait

A Review of Jaydeep Sarangi’s Faithfully I Wait by Jonathan Cooper http://www.praxismagonline.com/womens-day-series-call-african-woman/ In his eighth collection of poetry, Indian writer Jaydeep Sarangi returns to his birthplace, the...

The Labors of the Month: Of Work and Its Refuseniks by...

In October 2016, Brittle Paper published Enter Naija: The Book of Places, an anthology of creative nonfiction, photography, poetry, digital art, fiction and commentary...
Praxis arts and literature magazine

Writing Africa for Africa, Celebrating Beyond

Writing Africa for Africa, Celebrating Beyond by ADETUTU, Olusola Joseph London Continually debatable discussions of what “African Literature” refers to permeate, to the detriment of more...

Taking Poetry off the Pages: A Glimpse of 2015 Lagos International...

The Centre of Excellence once again showed off its beautiful colours during the 2015 Lagos International Poetry Festival which kicked off on October 28...
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