BRING OUR CASKET HOME: TALES ONE SHOULDN’T TELL

Long list of Association of Nigerian Authors Prize for Poetry 2013
Long list of Association of Nigerian Authors Prize for Poetry 2013

 

 

Praise for Bring our casket home
Stores where the book can be bought
Inquiries
Reviews

 

PRAISE FOR BRING OUR CASKET HOME: TALES ONE SHOULDN’T TELL

“One of the most eloquent, passionate and imaginative collection of poems I have read in a while. An all encompassing and thought provoking collection, the sort of dose we need at times like this. A reminder that the artist is still the sensitive point of the society” – Odachi Elizabeth Onogwu, Literary Scholar and critic

“Su’eddie’s poetry is full of silence; of words/sounds that combine with silence to create a dense accretion of images…: it creates a gyre which widens and widens until it covers the entire surface of the pond” – Hyginus Ekwuazi, Multiple award winning poet and literary critic

 

“I like how [Su’eddie] play(s) with words, using them in fresh and new ways”– Myne Whitman, Writer and Chief, Naija Stories

“Su’eddie’s poems like songs serenade the core of anguish and at the same time tease the ease of our most mellow moments. With the poise of a minstrel Su’eddie draws us into the strings of his messages with rhythms that transcend caskets and losses. His is a rare talent” – Unoma Azuah, Multiple award winning writer and scholar.

“Extreme brilliance. These poems are so good” – Kenechukwu Uzor (Kaycee), Naija Stories Writer and Nigerian rising literary star

 

“These are deep words from a deep mind reflecting on the deep things of life. The reflective musings of this young poet portend a promising rich future” – Maria Ajima, Multiple award winning writer and scholar.

 

“Sueddie’s poetry is precociously profound. There aren’t many poets of this generation whose art possess such depth of themes; such sophistication of diction.” – Reward Nsirim, Literary Connoisseur and Author of Fresh Air and other stories.

 

 

STORES WHERE THE BOOK CAN BE BOUGHT ACROSS NIGERIA (Autographed copies available in Abuja and Benue)

ABUJA

Lifestyle Store, SILVERBIRD GALLERIA
Silverbird Galleria, Abuja

 

Cassava Republic Bookstore, (autographed copies)
Arts and Craft Village,
Opposite Abuja Sheraton Hotel and Towers,
Ladi Kwali Way, Abuja

 

Booksellers, (autographed copies)
City Plaza, Adjacent First Bank,
Ahmadu Bello Way,
Area 11, Garki, Abuja

 

LAGOS STATE

1 LitCafe

E-Centre, 1-11 Commercial Avenue, Yaba, Lagos State

2 Terra Kulture
Plot 1376, Tiamiyu Savage Street
Off Ahmadu Bello Way
Victoria Island, Lagos

3. Patabah Bookshop
B18, Adeniran Ogunsanya Shopping Mall
Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria

 

 

BENUE STATE

SEVHAGE Hq
S 23, Top Floor, No 62, Old Oturkpo Road,
Benue State

 

 

DELTA STATE
Flomat Bookshop

82 Airport Road, Opp. Old Airport, Effurun-Warri, Delta State, Nigeria

 

 

OSUN STATE
University Bookshop

Obafemi Awolowo University
Ile-Ife, Osun State

 

 

OYO STATE

1. Odusote Bookshop
68 ,Obafemi Awolowo Way, Oke-Bola, Ibadan

2. Mosuro The Booksellers Ltd
Mosuro House, 52 Magazine Road, Jericho, Ibadan

3. University Bookshop Nigeria Limited
University of Ibadan, Ibadan

4. University Bookshop Nigeria Limited
University College Hospital Branch, UCH, Ibadan

5. Options Bookstores Limited
118/120 Oyo Road, Orogun, Ibadan

6. WriteHouse Bookshelf
Ibridge Hub, NuStreams Conference Centre
Km 110, Abeokuta Road, off Alalubosa GRA, Ibadan

 

 

INQUIRIES

Inquiries or to make contact/purchase
Email vershage@gmail.com sevhage@gmail.com
or Call +234 807 358 0365. Twitter: @sevhage.
Letters and slow mail to SEVHAGE S 23, Top Floor, No 62, Old Oturkpo Road, P. O. Box 2192, Makurdi, Benue State, NIGERIA

Hands on...bring it on :)
Hands on…bring it on 🙂

 

 

REVIEWS

In Shadows and Act: Bring our casket home by Unoma Nguemo Azuah, (Multiple Award winning Writer/Critic/Lecturer at Lane College, Tennessee)

Why Su’eddie Vershima Agema tells the tales one shoultn’t tell in Bring our casket home by Joshua Agbo (Writer/Lecturer at Benue State University, Makurdi)

A Casket of Veritable Verse by Maik Ortserga (Executive Editor, Aboki Publishers/ Writer)

Bringing welcome verse home: A Reading of Su’eddie Vershima Agema’s Bring our casket home by Emma Inedu (Literary Critic)

 Spotlight: Su’eddie Vershima Agema’s Bring our casket home: Tales one shouldn’t tell by Seun Odukoya (Writer/Blogger/Visual Artist)

 

 

 

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12 thoughts on “BRING OUR CASKET HOME: TALES ONE SHOULDN’T TELL

  1. Hey seueddie, this is satish again, i want you to help me out in writing articles and thesis on chinua achebe, fatherly figure in the circles of african literature, broadly speaking to all post colonial literary circles. I am from India, I opted Chinua achebe novels as my research topic. please send to my maild id a few articles written on Chinua achebe’s wroks and thesis written on chinua Achebe’s novels… your help is direly desired…. looking forward for your mail..many a thanks in advance..

    satish
    satish.research@rediffmail.com

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  2. well i am not a tech buff, i wrote another which is in fact is somehow missed, problem lies by my side. Being an author, poet, writer of a blog you are performing various responsibilities sueddie, I am not getting momentum in completing my thesis for past a few years. when i first came across your blog a couple of days ago, this idea blinked in my mind.I am in India, Though i wish i can’t travel to Nigeria due to my familial ties for research sake. Though it is not that essential to do so for the research there is always the perceptions of native people missing in operations from this miles distance. My intention is to get accessed to works like articles, thesis on Achebe by your people. I have a little here with me. If can have those from you by comparing views expressed by more people i wish i could come to a better expression of my ideas on Legendary Achebe..

    So once again i am requesting you to please write me back @ my mail id “satish.research@rediffmail.com” …. hopeful that your association electronically would help me enriching my knowledge and writing a good thesis for Doctoral degree.(Ph.

    Literature,Love and Life…
    satish
    India

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