Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Essays

Essay publications by Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature.

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...

“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...

The Pen and The Sword: Kukogho Iruesiri Samson

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

Self-Idolatry, or What Made Ngugi’s Story Most Translated?

Self-Idolatry, or What Made Ngugi’s Story Most Translated? By Alexander K. Opicho There have been ground-shaking African literary events in the week that preceded the...
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...
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...
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