Monday, October 26, 2020

“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...
Niyi’s ‘Literary’ Biography

Niyi’s ‘Literary’ Biography

Niyi’s ‘Literary’ BiographyNiyi Osundare: A Literary Biography has a charming book cover with a posterised portrait of the poet and scholar-critic with glasses on,...
On Season of Crimson Blossoms

On Season of Crimson Blossoms: When Titles Like To Be Too...

When Titles Like To Be Too Poetic: On Season of Crimson BlossomsTEJU Cole writes in his White-Saviour Industrial Complex essay, as a side comment,...
OF OWNERSHIP, VENOM AND OIL THEFT

OF OWNERSHIP, VENOM AND OIL THEFT

OWNERSHIP, VENOM AND OIL THEFT IN LAWRENCE AMAESHI’S SWEET CRUDE ODYSSEY Title: Sweet Crude Odyssey Author: Lawrence Amaeshi Length: 340 pages Genre: Fiction. Publisher / Year: Kachifo Independent Publishing (Prestige)/2016 Where it Can...
Review of Art Naija Second Outing, Work Naija: A Book of Vocations

Review of Art Naija Second Outing, Work Naija: A Book of...

Review of Art Naija Second Outing, Work Naija: A Book of VocationsCarl TerverIn Work Naija: A Book of Vocations, Rotimi Babatunde pours old wine...
Season of Crimson Blossoms

The Writer, Morality and Cultural Issues in Season of Crimson Blossoms

The Writer, Morality and Cultural Issues in Season of Crimson Blossoms by Paul Liam Northern Nigerian writers are still confronted with the ugly challenges of...

“SunDown” by Acan Innocent Immaculate – A Review

"SunDown" by Acan Innocent Immaculate – A Review  by Joseph Omotayo "SunDown" creates a mesh of social concerns with humanity in the middle. Humanity in...
Joseph Aito

Antic, Thesis, and Antithesis in Aito Osemegbe’s “The List”

Antic, Thesis, and Antithesis in Aito Osemegbe’s “The List” by Oyin Oludipe RELATED: THE SWALLOWS – AND THE GAMBLE OF REBIRTH I didn’t care if they...
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