An interview with Olukorede Yishau, author of In the Name of Our Father. A fictional thriller about “pastopreneurship” and the ills of military rule in Nigeria.
Today’s post is an interview with aspiring author, Precious Obiabunmo. LE: Hello Precious, please tell us a bit about yourself. Precious: My name is Precious Obiabunmo. I’m a 200L student […]
An interview with Somi Ekhasomhi. Author of The Only One, a contemporary romance novel exploring themes on love, abandonment and heartbreak.
An interview with Tope Ogundare, author of The Book of Pain. A collection of poems exploring themes around sadness and pain.
Author of the Week, Noo Saro-Wiwa.
An interview with Sylva Nze Ifedigbo. Author of My Mind Is No Longer Here, a fictional story set in Lagos about four men’s desires to escape Nigeria, and the criminal organisation which offers them a chance to migrate.
An interview with Seun Odukoya. Author of My Little Girl, a memoir of sorts about fatherhood, self-discovery and love.
An interview with Chika Unigwe. Author of Night Dancer, a fictional story about self-discovery and the difficulties of challenging the status quo in society.
An interview with Ife Olujuyigbe, author of Of Children Born to Us. A collection of fictional short stories with children as the central theme.
An interview with Qudus Oko-Osi, author of Jewel from the Ghetto. A fictional contemporary romance novel set in Lagos.