Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Dami Ajayi

Dami Ajayi On Gatekeepers and Ashawo Poetry

Dami Ajayi, psychiatrist, poet and music and literary critic, sold out copies of his collection A Woman's Body Is A Country last...
Praxis Hangout

Praxis Hangout Video: The Kaduna Conversations

Praxis Hangout is a physical event where creative people get together to discuss topical issues and find actionable solutions to problems....

Caine Prize Interviews: Chikodili Emelumadu

Chikodili Emelumadu is a Nigerian writer, broadcaster and blogger living in London. She has a BA in English language and literature from Nnamdi Azikiwe...

Caine Prize Interviews: Magogodi Makhene

Magogodi oaMphela Makhene was born in Soweto, South Africa. She came of age during the turbulent years marking the fall of apartheid. She was...
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...
Listen!

LISTEN! A poetry film by Eche

LISTEN! is a poetry film by spoken word artist and music expert Echezonachukwu Nduka. He dwells his verses on issues of rape, terrorism, patriotism,...
Research on Publishing Business in Africa

On Publishing Business in Africa: Preface

On Publishing Business in Africa (OPBA) is an exclusive series of interviews which examines the state of publishing in Africa and highlights problems associated...
Without words

Without Words: Spoken Word by AP

Without Words is a powerful spoken word about love by Andrew Patience popularly known as AP WITHOUT WORDS Should much silence become the chasm between me...
Misfit

MISFIT: Spoken Word EP by Elidior The Poet

PHOTO: Misfit Amedior Elikem, better known by his stage name Elidior The Poet is a Ghanaian spoken word artist with an interest in social and...
Tomorrow Never Came by Andrew Patience

Spoken Word: Tomorrow Never Came by Andrew Patience

Tomorrow Never Came by Andrew Patience"I looked out the window of the bus, I saw the usual scene that has become a daily signature...
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