My journey is a daily revelation that arises from the profoundness of my past and what I see today: A talk with Indian Poet Sonnet Mondal by Tina Sequeira

Sonnet Mondal is an Indian poet, editor and the author of Karmic Chanting, Ink and Line,…

Issue 03: Reflections

If I speak of myself in different ways, it means I look at myself in different…

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“.…

I find writing fiction hard. But once I knock out a first draft, it starts to get easier

I find writing fiction hard. But once I knock out a first draft, it starts to…

Most of my work as a poet is really derivate of historical events, figures, and places. Some type of hybrid of metaphysical writing and docu-poetics

Most of my work as a poet is really derivate of historical events, figures, and places.…

Interview with Toby Abiodun

Libretto recently caught up with award winning spoken poet, Toby Abiodun, to discuss poetry and the…

Interview with Servio Gbadamosi

Interview by LIBRETTO Libretto had a discussion with award winning Nigerian writer and publisher, Servio Gbadamosi.…