Making ANA conventions serve writers better
Ahead of the international Convention of Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) holding in Lagos this week, preparations at advanced stage for the hosting of the biggest gathering of Nigerian writers.
‘Why we set up a society for editors in Nigeria’
The Society for Book and Magazine Editors of Nigeria (SBMEN) held a two-day editing masterclass in July, which had ‘An Editor as a Creator: Understanding the Technical...
Prospects In Retrospects… an interrogation of Bello’s life, career
Professor Rahamon Bello is a man that I admire and most certainly, a man worthy of admiration. I really became aware of Professor Bello when he took over senate after the death of Professor Sofoluwe, though I must confess that till the death of Professor Sofoluwe my attendance at senate was sporadic.
In new book, Akande explores consumer rights
Poised to bridging the gaping hole in the rights of consumers and ensure that they consume goods and services that are free from harm, Dr Joel Akande...
‘Absence of clout around literature diminishes its cause’
Low patronage or poor reading culture is as a result of a lack of clout around the discipline of literature, so suggests theatre scholar, Dr. Soji Cole...
Quramo Writers’ Prize 2018 unveil finalists
The top five finalists of the Quramo Writers’ Prize 2018 have been unveiled, two weeks after the top 10 finalists were announced.
Why a degree is not enough
Recently, Miss Ima Isip, the CEO of Outsourceries, launched her book, A Degree is Not Enough, at the Terra Kulture, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Nwosu charts a pathway to effective entrepreneurship
This book is titled, Pathways to Effective Entrepreneurship, a guide to successful business. It is the first business manual from Chukwudi Sunday Nwosu, an entrepreneur, who studied both business administration and business management. He merged the two technologies in his book.
Fajenyo interrogates language, style in Nwoye’s oeuvre
A literary analysis of a published work is a no mean task. While it is usually a subjective evaluation, the analyst is expected to cast light on relevant make-ups of work for readers to understand.
2019 Commonwealth Short Story Prize entries to close Nov. 1
Entries for 2019 Commonwealth Short Story Prize will close on November 1, 2018. The competition is free to enter, while entrants must be citizens of a Commonwealth country and be aged 18 years or over on November 1. The Prize is a yearly award for unpublished short fiction administered and funded by the Commonwealth Foundation.…