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PRESS RELEASE: WriteHouse Releases Olubunmi Familoni’s Smithereens of Death

Title: Smithereens of Death
Author: Olubunmi Familoni
Genre: Fiction
Format: Paperback
Extent: 129 pages
ISBN: 978-978-52838-5-3
Release Date: 17-01-2015

WriteHouse is glad to announce the release of Olubunmi Familoni’s debut collection of Short Stories, Smithereens of Death. Smithereens of Death provides varying continental themes. The writer weaves parody and conflict into unforgettable stories that challenge the reader to see beneath the blurred lines of familiar experiences.  In Familoni’s stories, death is used as a backdrop for expressing sociological and psychological shifts that occur in the motions of thought of everyday postcolonial experience.

Olubunmi Familoni is a film and pop-culture connoisseur. He is fast becoming a continental force with his haunting and

Olubunmi Familoni
Olubunmi Familoni

exciting stories. His stories have featured in anthologies and literary fora such as Naija Stories, StoryMoja Africa, ZazuGist, Klorofyl, StoryZetu and YNaija. He wrote the screenplay, ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ for the AfriNolly/Ford Foundation Cinema4Change Project in 2014.
Smithereens of Death will be released at a special edition of the literary monthly, Artmosphere on Saturday, January 17 2015. The book party will commence by 3PM at the NuStreams Conference Centre, KM 110, Iyaganku Road, Alalubosa GRA, Ibadan. The author will share from the collection and also engage and sign copies of the book for the audience.

Smithereens of Death will be available for sale online at and at leading bookshops nationwide. For further information, please contact WriteHouse via or +2348098164359.



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