The sun had completed it’s cycle, triggering the rainforest’s regeneration A treasure chest comprising of the finest nutrients and minerals had been lifted up and poured into the soil below The flora in response, surged upwards with vigour, and exhibited richness of colours akin to a painter’s palette Nature’s marker had signaled to the rainforest’s…
Stakeholders commend book on crisis communication strategies
AS the nation fights its way through the present national security challenges as well as the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, stakeholders have canvassed for more professionalism in crisis communications management in Nigeria.
Odia Ofeimun: 70tributes to the bearded one, two dozen poems enroute sanity
This appears to be the season of tributes to salute the lives and times of illustrious sons of the land, especially in the field of artistic creativity. Here the literatures of the arts is in focus as harbingers of truth, peace and justice.
A peep into Fapohunda’s Bits Of Other People
Whatever misgiving you may have of the younger generation’s narrative skill, Tolu Fapohunda is somebody that should be given a second look. In his first effort, Bits of Other People, he has written a ‘triumphant literature’ in this age of Yahoo Yahoo.
A Lazy Poet is product of my environment
Anda Damisa, known widely as Lazy Writa, recently released a book, titled, A Lazy Poet. The writer, who was listed in Y Naija’s top 100 social media influencers of 2013, is the face of some of the country’s leading brands.
Odia: I have never been celibate, ask my girlfriends
I’m always amazed the way people talk about being fulfilled, as if there is a way of defining fulfillment that really, thoroughly makes sense without the possibility of objections.
Students challenged on reading culture
The Commander, Rapid Response Squad, RRS, Olatunji Disu, and Taiwo Ololade Salvador, convener of TOS Educational Initiative, have admonished Nigerian students on the need to embrace a good reading culture, as this will give them opportunities in life.
With new books, Mokwunye tells African stories, mirrors childhood pains
Fulfilling her childhood dream of writing a book, Esosa Mokwunye has published two children books, Aunty Nene’s Short Story and The Princess With Scars.
Publishers laud copyright commission’s anti-piracy drive
Director-General of Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), Dr. John Asein, has assured the creative industry that his agency will introduce measures to provide more safe corridors for copyright works in Nigeria.
Razinat Mohammed: Portrait of a scholar, as a writer
Razinat Talatu Mohammed is an Associate Professor of Feminist Literary Criticism and Theoretical Approaches at the University of Maiduguri. She made her debut in Nigeria’s literary scene in 2005, when her first book, a collection of short stories...