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Being A Writer in Perilous Times: Jennifer Emelife In Conversation With...

Recently, the country has been faced with many tragedies and so it boggles the mind what it must mean to be a writer at...

On Winning The 2018 Dusty Manuscript Prize: An Interview With Kukogho...

Kukogho Iruesiri Samson is the Founder/CEO of Words Rhymes & Rhythm Publishers Ltd - an educational and publishing firm. A multimedia journalist and youth mentor known...

WORDS THAT OVERTAKE: Darlington Chibueze Anuonye In Conversation With Chimezie Chika

CHIMEZIE CHIKA, a graduate of Literature, had been a finalist in the Africa Book Club Short Reads Competition (2013). In 2015, he participated in...
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MEETING OF THE BARDS: A CONVERSATION by KONYA SHAMSRUMI

MEETING OF THE BARDS: A CONVERSATION BETWEEN UMAR ABUBAKAR SIDI & DAMI AJAYI Yesterday, Umar Abubabakar Sidi of Konya Shamsrumi published a conversation he had...

A Chat with Enkare Eidtor, Roseline Olang

Roseline Olang is one of the editors at Enkare Review, also one of the in-house illustrators. Essentially, her role is to work with text...

Sex Education in African Homes: Interview with Yejide Kilanko

Yejide Kilanko is a Nigerian writer known for her book Daughters Who Walk this Path, longlisted for the 2016 Nigeria Prize for Literature. Yejide...

Writers Share Favourite Reads for 2017 – I

It is the last month of the year and as is the custom of most readers, we are taking stock of African books and...

Literary Voices from Rwanda : Eva Gara

Literary Voices from Rwanda is a project inspired by The Huza Press Anthology 2015: Versus and other Stories. In this series of interviews featuring...

On Writing about Gender and Winning the Writivism Prize – An...

Munachim Amah, an alumnus of the 2016 Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop facilitated by Chimamanda Ngozi Adicihie, is the 2017 winner of the Writivism Short...

Literary Voices from Rwanda: Jean Claude Muhire

Literary Voices from Rwanda is a project inspired by The Huza Press Anthology 2015: Versus and other Stories. In this series of interviews featuring...
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