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Ankara Press Releases Romance Books By Six Nigerian Women

Groundbreaking Nigerian publisher Cassava Republic Press today announced the release of the first six titles in its new romance imprint, Ankara Press. Ankara Press...
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Ellen Banda Aaku Reviews Jola Naibi’s Terra Cotta Beauty

Terra Cotta Beauty is a blend of individual stories that are skilfully interlinked. Each story, told from the perspective of engaging characters, is a...
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Top 5 Chick Flicks Of 2014 You Should Watch

There’s nothing like a warm laugh or a tender tear that is induced by a good movie. In this dizzying, fast-paced world that we...
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Book Review: Get U.G.L.Y By Adaeze Obiako

Review by Uke Oshaka The author of Get UGLY, Adaeze Diana Obiako is a personal vision coach helping young women, battling depression/hopelessness, discover their God-given...
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The President I Want – Chimamanda Adichie

By Chimamanda Adichie Some of my relatives lived for decades in the North, in Kano and Bornu. They spoke fluent Hausa. (One relative taught...
Movie/Book Reviews

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Wins US National Book Critics Circle Award

A few hours ago, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie won the US National Book Critics Circle Award Chimamanda’s acclaimed third novel Americanah beats Donna Tartt’s The...
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#HaveYouHeard: Chimamanda Says Americanah Is Her ‘Fuck You’ Novel

Chimamanda Adichie was on Huff Post Live recently to discuss her latest book – Americanah. In explaining how Americanah is different from her other...
Movie/Book Reviews, Self

Lara Aromire: In the Land of Invisible Women (Review)

By Lara Aromire I must say curiosity led me to buy my copy of “In the Land of Invisible Women”, I expected to learn...
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Review: Lara Daniel’sThe Officer’s Bride

By Shola Okubote Nafisah found love in an evil place. That is odd. What are the chances that a vulnerable teenager who watched her...
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Review: Tolu Popoola’s Nothing Comes Close

By Shola Okubote The aim of the Farafina Creative Writing Workshop is to make participants better writers, but for me it has done a...