The Abuja Writers Forum continues with its Guest Writer Session on 24th November, 2018 at the Fountain Hall of Nanet Suites from 4pm to 7pm. The guests in focus for November are Madeline Agoba and Chiemezie Onqubalili. The session, which is open to the public, will feature entertaining readings, live music and a raffle-draw for books, amongst other fun literary stuff.
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The Abuja Writers’ Forum is hosting our very own Jide Badmus, author of Scripture (SEVHAGE, July 2018) alongside Ex-Bayelsa State Governor, Timpre Sylva and Winnie Edmund Kanu to its premier programme, the Guest Writer Session on October 27th, 2018 at the Nanet Suites, Central Area, Abuja by 4pm. Continue reading “AWF TO HOST JIDE BADMUS AND EX-BAYELSA GOVERNOR TIMIPRE SYLVA TO OCTOBER GUEST WRITER SESSION IN ABUJA”
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Title: Promises on Sand Author: Amina Aboje Publisher: Kraft Books Year of Publication: 2017 Number of Pages: 87 Category: Poetry Reviewer: Paul Sawa Although I write the occasional poem, I do not see myself as a poet. Avid reader that I am, however, I consider myself … Continue reading Unalloyed and Revitalizing: Thoughts on Amina Aboje’s ‘Promises on Sand’
The Abuja Writers’ Forum, one of Nigeria’s premier literary organisation is set to host Dul Johnson, incredible writer, scholar and film maker alongside poet Jide Badmus and the sensational musician, Austine Oroko. If you are in Abuja, do make out time to go to Nanet Suites (beside Bayelsa House, down the road from Federal Secretariat) … Continue reading ABUJA WRITERS’ FORUM HOSTS SEVHAGE AUTHOR, DUL JOHNSON; JIDE BADMUS AND AUSTINE OROKO ON 29TH APRIL 2017
The celebrated Guest Writer Session, organised by the Abuja Writers’ Forum, comes up today, the 30th of July, 2016 at the Aso Hall of Nanet Suites, Central Business District, Abuja. For small tips on previous sessions, click HERE. Today’s session is themed around Nelson Mandela, whose day was celebrated earlier this month. Contemporary South African … Continue reading GUEST WRITER SESSION IN ABUJA HOLDS TODAY 30-07-16
Abuja is king when it comes to literary fun… Yes, and we are not doing comparisons before you start calling Lagos and Makurdi 😉 The Guest Writer Session put up by the Abuja Writers’ Forum held at Aso Hall, Nanet Suites, Central Business District, Abuja is one of the most consistent literary events in the … Continue reading THE POWERED ABUJA GUEST WRITER SESSION
If you know anything about Abuja, then you know it is the new city of sin. Not so new. It has taken over from Lagos and all those other evil lands. Preachers have done their best but it seems there are a lot of people who are fighting the prophets… Have you heard about the … Continue reading WHEN SATAN CAME TO ABUJA: WRITERS BEWARE!
The August edition of the celebrated Guest Writer Session inadvertently coincided with the national convention of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Given the over-zealous security lockdown associated with the latter’s events, there was a lot of anxiety as to whether the Guest Writer Session would hold. But in keeping with the age old show business … Continue reading AWF’s Dexterous August Melange by Elvis Iyorngurum
Well, it’s back to Abuja for me and I am reading at the Abuja Writers’ Forum. As part of the monthly Guest Writers’ Session that the Dr. Emman Usman Shehu led organisation conducts at Nanet Suites every last Saturday of the month, I would be reading with Tope Fasua and Numero Unọma. It’s been fun, you … Continue reading AWF READING FOR 31st AUGUST 2013: HOMECOMING with Tope Fasua and Numero Unọma (PERSONAL THOUGHTS)
[From THISDAY Newspaper online 24th August 2013 and a few other papers… 😉 ] It promises to be an exciting August edition of the Guest Writer Session with Numero Unoma, Tope Fasua and Su’eddie Vershima Agema as they seek to showcase various aspects of their creativity on August 31 at Nanet Suites, Abuja. Numero Unoma … Continue reading Su’eddie Vershima Agema, Tope Fasua and Numero Unoma to read at Abuja Writers’ Forum (31st August 2013)