Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Essays

Essay publications by Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature.

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...

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...

“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...
Nigerian Literature

Nigeria: Literature and the state of the restless muse in the...

Nigeria: Literature and the state of the restless muse in the 21st century by Ikhide Ikheloa This essay is really about my view on the state...

THE MASTER Q

Talking About Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill Vol.1 & Vol. 2 and Death Proof WARNING: THIS IS NOT A REVIEW I’ve talked about Sam Raimi...

“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...
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,...

The Rebel Called Robert Rodriguez

Warning: This is NOT a Review. Hey, hey, hey...After doing the article on Sam Raimi and Quentin Tarantino, it is only logical (And movie buffs...
Sevhage Literary Festival

THE SEVHAGE EXPERIENCE: MEMORIES OF A FESTIVAL

PHOTO CREDIT: TJ Benson/Sevhage Literary Festival THE SEVHAGE EXPERIENCE: MEMORIES OF A FESTIVAL we went out and had our photoshoot. Sevhage Literary Festival Makurdi has always been...

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...
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