Nigeria international book fair goes virtual
Arrangements have reached advanced stages for this year’s Nigeria International Book Fair. The festival holds online.According to the organisers, the Nigeria Book Fair Trust (NBFT), this will be Nigeria’s First Virtual Book
ANA to celebrate the man died at 50
The Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) is concluding arrangements for its epic international conference to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Wole Soyinka's The Man Died.
Ifeoma Okoye: I’m a personist, not feminist
Ifeoma Okoye is a writer, who has won literary awards such as, African Regional Winner, Commonwealth Short Story Competition, for Waiting for a Son
Shifting Anchors... and missing link in mentorship, leadership development
The 216 paged book, Shifting Anchors: Changing the Nation... One child at a time, written by highly resourceful Dapo Akande is a wake-up call to all slumbering parents to arise
Coronavirus: Author releases new book to educate kids
A not-for-profit coach and author, Raquel Daniel has written a children’s book about the coronavirus pandemic.
How COVID-19 pandemic deprived Nigerian writers of NLNG’s N378.49m
On Friday, August 7, 2020, the Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Limited, sponsors of Nigeria Prize for Literature, announced postponement of the 2020 cycle of the Nigeria Prize for Science...
2020 NLNG Prize for Literature award postponed
The 2020 edition of the Nigerian Prize for Literature has been postponed, the organisers said at a virtual conference on Friday. The organisers blamed the COVID-19 pandemic for the postponement.l Although entries for the year were made before the deadline, there were challenges with adjudication of the entries. The cycle that was planned for this…
Abuja Literary Society to Host Festival Geared at Awakening the Art of Empathy
The Abuja Literary Society (ALS) is set to host its third annual festival tagged, “The Art of Empathy.” The three day event tagged ALitFest – Abuja. The Literary and Arts Festival will hold from 13 – 15 of August 2020. In order to welcome a wider participation of the growing literary community in…