Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Essays

Essay publications by Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature.

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 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...

2016 Writivism Creative Writing Workshops

IMPORTANT: Get published here! The 2015 Writivism Festival was as successful as it was exciting. The festival was preceded with workshops held on various dates...
The power of the human voice

THE POWER OF THE HUMAN VOICE

THE POWER OF THE HUMAN VOICE by Ndaba Sibanda READ: What Editors look for in Manuscripts It takes the human voice to infuse words with shades...

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...
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...

The Challenge of a 21st Century Filmmaker

By Olu Yomi Ososanya Today, more than any other time in history; screenwriters, producers, and directors have a bigger challenge in entertaining an audience and...

“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...

“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...

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...
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