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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...

#Babishai Poetry Festival Guest Interview: Roxanna Aliba Kazibwe

Roxannna Aliba Kazibwe is a Christian, an author, published poet and entrepreneur.   Roxanna, your poetry collection, “My Love is not Afraid,” is a creative narrative...

“The essence of every piece of writing is to create something...

Nwachukwu Egbunike is a Social Media Researcher, blogger, essayist and author of the collection of essays, Dyed Thoughts: a Conversation in and from My...
#Babishai2016 Poetry Festival

#Babishai2016 Poetry Festival Guest Interview: Servio Gbadamosi

Servio, thanks for agreeing to this. You have initiated important literary spaces for Nigerian writers and young writers on the continent like WriteHouse Collective...

Jalada Mobile Festival: Q&A with Moses Kilolo

The Jalada Mobile Literary and Arts Festival, first of its kind in the continent, took place in five African countries from 3rd - 31st...

#Writivism2015: Letters to Jennifer II (Pleasant Rivalries and Riotous Merriment)

Bwesigye Bwa Mwesigire continues his Letters to Jennifer. Here, he speaks of the weekend and compares the 2015 Writivism Literary festival to the1962 conference...

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...
The Texture of Air

The Texture of Air – 15 Questions for Sodiq Alabi

Uche Peter Umez interviews Sodiq Alabi, poet and essayist, and the author of The Texture of Air. Read: What’s poetry to you? And what defines a...

WRITIVISM2015: Pemi Aguda Speaks

Here, finally, is an exclusive interview with 2015 Writivism Short Story prize winner, Pemi Aguda. She argues that Caterer Caterer, her winning story, is...

“Art is free to be purposeless”

"Art is free to be purposeless" - A conversation with JK Anowe, by Chibuihe-Light Obi JK Anowe is human, a 2015 recipient of the Festus...
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