Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Essays

Essay publications by Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature.

Writers and Literary Workshops in Africa: Gloria Mwaniga Minage

Praxis Magazine is publishing a series of short essays from African writers on their experiences and opinions on writing workshops. Here is a feature...

“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...
Edna Adan Ismail

Praxis Celebrates Women in African Languages: Jama Musse Jama

It is International Women's Day and Praxis celebrates this by featuring works upholding womanhood written by Africans in indigenous African languages, followed by an English translation. This initiative...

Writers and Literary Workshops in Africa: Rodney Gariseb

Praxis Magazine is publishing a series of short essays from African writers on their experiences and opinions on writing workshops. Here is a feature...

“Stories And The Illiterates Amongst Us” by Samuel Okopi

Stories And The Illiterates Amongst Us by Samuel Okopi   It has been fairly established worldwide that education is a right and not a privilege. Literacy, a...

Some Books do Have Them: On the 2016 Etisalat Prize ceremony...

Some Books do Have Them: On the 2016 Etisalat Prize ceremony and the first few pages of Tram 83 By Oris Aigbokhaevbolo At the 2016 Etisalat...

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...

“Moses” by Mfonobong Emerald Michael

Moses by Mfonobong Emerald Michael     "My name is Moses and I want to be a lawyer."   The little boy whose thin hands cradled the microphone like a...

Swallowing Flames or Predicting the Brittle Paper Literary Award Winner (Poetry)

By Kanyinsola Olorunnisola To read the Brittle Paper Literary Award shortlisted poems is to bear front-row witness to a compendium of stories; stories which highlight the...

“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...
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