Book on community policing for launch June 30
The challenges faced by residents of gated estates and communities will come under X-ray when a new book on the subject will be presented to the public by 11:30 in the morning on Wednesday, June 29, 2016.
How to rekindle interest in fiction writing
For the publisher of defunct Next newspaper, Olojede, the prize is making efforts to bridge the gap of “insufficient infrastructure for publishing.
Civil war and voices of minority in Omatseye’s novel
In spite ofabundance of prominent writers others from the minority areas in the south of the country, none seems to remember the Nigerian Civil War in their writing much less engage it.
Literature in the service of anti-graft campaign
For grooming better citizens that will shun corruption and other vices, Emeritus professor of English, Ayo Banjo, has urged Nigerians to embrace the country’s literature and read it widely.
'Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, others damage brain'
Books like Harry Porter series, Games of Thrones and Hunger Games are dangerous to the brain of a child, said a United Kingdom headmaster, Graeme Whiting.
Gomba’s poetry of thunder, defiance and hope
University don, Dr. Obari Gomba’s new collection of poetry Thunder Protocol (Farafina Kamsi, Lagos; 2015), his third, evinces the mind of a social crusader whose battered society is in need of healing.
Olumide… The odd man out
The two books are being launched to commemorate the 80th birthday of the author – Professor ‘Folabi Olumide “a distinguished gastro-intestinal surgeon, a foremost educator, an enthusiastic musician.....
173 writers enter for the Nigerian prize for literature
A total of 173 prose fiction works by Nigerian writers at home and abroad are in the race for The Nigerian Prize for Literature 2016 edition. This marks the beginning of another circle.....