Sunday, October 25, 2020

Sidi’s The Poet of Dust is an Ancient Labour Room of...

On Umar Abubakar Sidi’s The Poet of Dust* * ...

Richard Ali: On The Anguish and Vigilance of Things

On Richard Ali's The Anguish and Vigilance of Things* * *

“The Musicality of Hope” by Michael Akuchie

The Musicality of Hope in Uncertain Times: A Review of Through the Eye of a Needle: Art in the Time of...

Do Not Say It’s Not Your Country: Book Review by Frank...

Do Not Say It’s Not Your Country by Nnamdi Oguike: Book Review by Frank EzeThe...

JK Anowe’s Ikemefuna Tribuatries is a Window into Dissecting Tragedy

I first read JK Anowe’s Ikemefuna Tributaries last night, three years after its publication as the first chapbook in the Praxis Magazine...

Why We Think Asa’s “Lucid” Is A Let-Down Album

Dami Ajayi, popular Nigerian music critic, has written of Asa’s Lucid album, that it “springs no surprises.” Read here IfeOluwa Nihinlola’s response...

What Comes After the Birds

Review of Ope Adedeji's After the Birds by Carl TerverA certain premonition is cast over Ope Adedeji’s short...

On Eugene Yakubu’s “How to Wear Your Body”

On Eugene Yakubu’s “How to Wear Your Body”by Carl Terver, Agboola Timi Israel and Joshua Tyovenda

Manenzhe’s “Maserumo”: a brief history of several deaths

“Maserumo” is told like an audiotape recording—renditioned in this way even, would create the kind of intimacy of storytelling the writer wishes for the...

‘Kanyinsola’s “The Comedian” is an inverted portrayal of grief’ by Agboola...

By Agboola Timi IsraelThe Comedian is Kanyinsola attempting to mimic a better quality of grief—a short, pithy work establishing an...
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