Eghosa Imasuen, co-founder of Narrative Landscape Press Limited, (NLP) has dismissed misgivings that his one-year-old company “poached” Chimamanda Adichie from Farafina Books.
Eghosa Imasuen, Anwuli Ojogwu birth a narrative dream
The objective is “to be standard bearers that produce superior content and products, bridge the knowledge-to-action gaps on the bookmaking process, and provide continuous...
Book industry reels in debt as publishers, booksellers bicker
Booksellers or distributors, on the other hand, cite poor sales figures and rising cost of running their business as reason they are sometimes unable to maintain their own part of the bargain to publishers.
As you know Bob – showing vs telling
I remember the first day I heard the phrase, “As you know, Bob . . .” I had just begun this journey into writing, into completing my first novel.
You never learn how to write a novel
All drama is conflict. Without conflict, there is no action. Without action, there is no character. Without character, there is no story. And without story, there is no screenplay. SYD FIELD The title of this article is from the novel American Gods’ Introduction to the Tenth Anniversary Edition by Neil Gaiman. He describes an encounter…
A question of audience
Welcome back, dear reader. I found that, contrary to what I expected, members of my family did read my first article. They have promised to buy every edition of The Guardian newspaper that features my articles.
The subject of our stories
Welcome to the first of my articles here in The Guardian. When I was approached about this gig, I took it without thinking. Without thinking about what I would write to fill a biweekly spot, or 800 to 1500-word article in what I have to say is my father’s favourite newspaper.