An interview with Feyisayo Anjorin. Author of Kasali’s Africa, a collection of short stories and poems with a central theme exploring the tensions between the old and new worlds.
A book review of Kasali’s Africa by Feyisayo Anjorin. Fiction; a collection of short stories and poetry exploring thematic issues on the tensions between the Old World and the New.
An audio book review of Living in Gidi by Isaac Newton Akah. Creative nonfiction. This book is a collection of experiences from the lives of regular Nigerians who live in Lagos.
An interview with poet, Esther Edoho. Author of Moonflower, a collection of poems that explores the changes that come with old love, new love and the intricacies of life in between.
A guest post by Uzor Maxim Uzoatu on the effect of the Pacesetters series on Nigeria’s reading culture.
A book review of Moonflower by Esther Edoho. A collection of poems that explores the changes that come with old love, new love and the intricacies of life in between.
An audio book review of Simi’s Return by Sharon D F. Fiction: A story of love, reconciliation and forgiveness.
September 2018 Reading and Book Reviews List for Literary Everything. Books by Nigerian authors and publishers. If the book fits, read it!
An interview with author, Chisom Ojukwu. Author of Love Eventually, a fictional contemporary romance novella set in Lagos.
A book review of Love Eventually by Walter Ude and Chisom Ojukwu. A fictional contemporary romance novella set in Lagos. Explores themes of family, feminism and love.