THE PANDEMIC AND ME

A collection of stories from the pandemic from real people compiled into a chapbook.
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WRITER-IN-RESIDENCE, 2021-22 ...

Ifeoma Chinwuba, 46th beneficiary of the Writers-In-Residence 2021-22 program at the University of Alberta giving a short introduction and update on her stint at the university. In the video she summarizes some...

Book Review: The Abandoned Baobab, Ken Bugle. ©1982, Virginia Press (2008).

I met Mariétou Mbaye thirteen years ago in Madrid, at a forum for African Women Leaders of Thought, sponsored by the then Vice President of Spain, Maria Teresa de la Vega....

Book Review- Chronicle of a Corpse Bearer, Cyrus Mistry, Aleph, New Delhi, 2012

Chronicle of a Corpse Bearer, CCB, is a multi-course meal, from the themes it espouses, and from its language, exceptionally pleasant to encounter. To Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the dictionary contains all...

A Review of ORCESTRA of MINORITIES by Chigozie Obioma

The novel, An Orchestra of Minorities, details the travails of Chinonso Solomon Olisa, a modest Umuahia-based poultry farmer, who falls for Ndali, a rich man’s daughter. Humiliated by the rejection of...

MERCHANTS OF FLESH

Synopsis:A humble ex-undergraduate is lured to the red light districts of Italy. Faith Moses is not just another Bini girl, as her sponsors discover to their peril. Her arrival in the hustling...

WAITING FOR MARIA

This is the ABOUT the book: «Cost of maintaining dearh row inmates has skyrocketed, resulting in high running costs for the Department of Prisons. Government is anxious to...