I don’t think the reading culture in Nigeria is dead. I think the publicity is poor

an interview with Bibi Ukonu Nigerian Award-winning publisher and author, “Things That Start Small but Sweet“.…

LIBRETTO CHAPBOOK SERIES; 2020 POETRY SHORTLIST

Here are all the authors name and work and country in no particular order of ten…

LIBRETTO CHAPBOOK SERIES; 2020 POETRY LONGLIST

LIBRETTO CHAPBOOK SERIES/PRIZES (LCS/P) We received a lot number of entries for our chapbook series this…

“Local Earth On An Expensive Soil” Review of Loveth Liberty’s Spoken Word Poem ‘Locah Geh’ By Sa’id Sa’ad

Locah Geh is a masterpiece that takes different dimensions of what we call today ‘contemporary African…

FOR BOYS WHO ARE TO COME By JOHN CHIZOBA VINCENT

The day you looked into the eyes of your mother, you saw your father in them…

An Exclusive Interview with Adedayo Adeyemi Agarau

Adedayo Adeyemi Agarau is a Nigerian food nutritionist from the uphill area of Oke Agbo in…

Two Arts–Ajenifuja Adetokunbo

Ajenifuja Adetokunbo is a young Nigerian writer and a full time studio Artist. Besides his paint-brush,…

Africa

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End of Poetry

Poetry will end, That is, cease to exist, Very soon, And all poets would become jobless.…

One is not the only way

We design our future with bright colors, Perfect job, spouses and houses. Those things that make…