Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Essays

Essay publications by Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature.

“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...

Winners of 2017 Brittle Paper Literary Awards

The winners of the 2017 Brittle Paper Literary Awards have been announced. The Brittle Paper Literary Awards was established in August to recognize the finest, original pieces of African...

The Pen and The Sword: Okey Ndibe

The Pen and The Sword is a Praxis series of conversations where Nigerian writers reflect on what it really means to be a writer...
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...
Teckno's rara

On Tekno’s Rara

On Tekno’s Rara Kayode Faniyi has written a very inspective take on Tekno’s Rara with the title ‘What would Fela make of Tekno’s Rara?’ –...

The Pen and The Sword: Amara Okolo

The Pen and The Sword is a Praxis series of conversations where Nigerian writers reflect on what it really means to be a writer...
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...
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 Pen and The Sword: Ayodele Olofintuade

The Pen and The Sword is a Praxis series of conversations where Nigerian writers reflect on what it really means to be a writer...
Runtown’s ‘Mad Over You’

Before We Get Mad Over Runtown’s ‘Mad Over You’

At no time in the history of pop-culture in Nigeria has the consumer dictated what the playing field for the performing arts (music, motion...
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