Friday, April 26, 2019
Dike Chukwumerije Night of Spoken Word

HOW DIKE CHUKWUMERIJE SUMMARISED NIGERIA’S 102 YEARS IN 120 MINUTES

HOW DIKE CHUKWUMERIJE NIGHT OF FPOKEN WORD SUMMARISED NIGERIA’S 102 YEARS IN 120 MINUTES: NSW7 #MadeinNigeria by Sanusi Anselm Dike Chukwumerije Night of Spoken Word Dike has...

My Farafina Story: Miracle Adebayo

The Farafina Trust Creative Writing workshop, facilitated by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was held last month. Praxis spoke to some of the participants and they...
Nollywood After TIFF

Nollywood After TIFF 2016: What Next?

Hello World! Welcome to the second edition of #SafeHouse Sessions podcast as hosted by Emil Biobelemoye Hirai-Garuba. This episode's topic: "Nollywood After TIFF 2016: What...

My Writing Day (and other tips): Yewande Omotoso

Six African writers talk about their books and what works for them while writing. And of course, share some writing tips for the aspiring...

My Writing Day (and other tips): Ukamaka Olisakwe

Six African writers talk about their books and what works for them while writing. And of course, share some writing tips for the aspiring...

My Writing Day (and other tips): Toni Kan

Six African writers talk about their books and what works for them while writing. And of course, share some writing tips for the aspiring...

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...
Random Thoughts on the Economics of Internet Publishing

Random Thoughts on the Economics of Internet Publishing

Random Thoughts on the Economics of Internet Publishing by Solomon Elusoji 1. I remember having a conversation recently with my new boss, about whether people should make...

My Farafina Story: Chika Jones Onwuasoanya

“If you are looking for money, please get a job.” “Now, you can send stories and manuscripts via email and receive rejections the same way....
EC Osondu

My Writing Day (and other tips): EC Osondu

Six African writers talk about their books and what works for them while writing. And of course, share some writing tips for the aspiring...
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