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ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN AUTHORS 2014 LITERARY PRIZES SHORTLIST

The following creative works are shortlisted in alphabetical order (by titles of entries) and not necessarily in order of merit. The eventual winners will be announced at the Award Dinner of the 33rd International Convention of the Association of Nigerian Authors in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

ANA PROSE PRIZE
Bottom of Another tale by @Su’eddie Vershima Su’eddie Vershima Agema
Habiba by Razinatu Talatu Mohammed
Under Bridge by Immanuel James

ANA/CHEVRON PROSE PRIZE ON ENVIRONMENT
Among the Survivors by Million John
Oil Cemetry by May Ifeoma Nwoye
The Fall of Silence by Inyang E. Ekwo

ANA POETRY PRIZE

Home Equal Holes: Tales of an Exile by Su’eddie Vershima Agema
Silent Whispers by C. P. Christopher
Sound of a Metal Gong by Damian Terkaa Jam
Sunbeams and Shadows by Saddiq M Dzukogi
The Fourth Masquerade by Ebi Yeibo
ANA DRAMA PRIZE

Maybe Tomorrow- by Soji Cole
Melancholia – by Dul Johnson
Sweet Taste of Shame- by Elaigwu Ameh
The sacrifice- by Tunji Ajibade
Trafficked- by Phillip Begho

ANA/ESIABA IROBI PRIZE FOR PLAYWRITING
Erimma – by Ikechukwu E. Asika
Makwada – by Sanamo David Lagwampa
Maybe Tomorrow – by Soji Cole
ANA /LANTERN PRIZE FOR CHILDREN’S FICTION

(FOR HONOURABLE MENTION ONLY)

The Empty Cage by @Nma Hassan Mohammed
Three Strange Stories for Children by Jide Ogunlana.
Johnny Just Come by Phillip Begho
Judges
———-
Prof. Nelson Fashina
Assoc. Prof. Emmanuel Sule Egya
Dr Salihu Bappa
Mrs Joan Oji.

Signed by:

Richard Ali
ANA National PRO (North)

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8 thoughts on “ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN AUTHORS 2014 LITERARY PRIZES SHORTLIST

  1. Your thoughts here gives reason to curiosity, at least this woman is now interested in knowing more about not just the author, but the novel. I doubt if anyone brave enough to delve into the intricacies of politics and Nigeria in one subject, would resist the urge of mixing realism and fiction. Ours is a history mixed with so much vulgarism, the few but veritable truths are seemingly the only crutch to lean on. Then again, a philosophers mind encompasses every angle, while a writers seeks the thrill of adventure 🙂

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