25 Jun 2017
Lagos Chapter chairman, Mr. Femi Onileagbon, fired the first shot when he warned agitators for Biafra, Arewa and Odua and Niger Delta Republics to thread with caution, arguing that Nigeria wasn’t a finished business yet.
5 May 2017
In spite of this obvious genius, Okara has remained largely missing out in the discourse of Nigeria’s critical, literary establishment. A few factor have been adduced for this.
16 Apr 2017
On World Poetry Day, March 21, 2017, Ibadan had an indelible literary event in celebration of Prof. Niyi Osundare, who recently turned 70.
29 Jan 2017
I attempt to do three main things in this presentation. The first is to highlight what I refer to as the Nigerian tradition of writing, which I locate in the postulations of the hegemonic faction of the first generation of Nigerian writers.
19 Jun 2016
Christopher Okigbo, JP Clark, Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe, Demas Nwoko, Mabel Segun and a few others, pioneers of Nigeria’s literary and cultural landscape, cut their teeth under the tutelage of a German, Mr. Uli Beier ...