I smile to think I have been following Saraba since their very first edition some few years back. It has always proved an interesting read, even when the busyness of life makes reading e-works an issue. Sometimes. I have tried all means with Saraba from reading on my system directly to downloading and printing. The … Continue reading NOW THAT MUSIC IS THE FOOD OF SARABA, READ IT!: THOUGHTS ON SARABA 10.
Naija Stories makes a rewarding read because a sizable number of the stories in the anthology beam beyond the imperfections of the weaker stories. This collection adds a unique design to the tapestry that makes up the layout of the Nigerian literary fabric. The stories renew our plush tradition of yarning and knitting of anecdotes. … Continue reading Colourful Threads in the Nigerian Literary Fabric: A Review of Naija Stories by Unoma Azuah
Now, what really is the difference between the two? You might not have paid attention to it but trust me, there is a big one. Ever been in charge of any literary organisation anywhere? I have. That is literary administration. The thing about literary administration especially when you are truly committed to the cause of … Continue reading LITERARY ASSOCIATIONS, ADMINISTRATION AND WRITING
Read the following short play before you prank or make your next confession…Might save a soul!! And do pass on 🙂 Lady: Hi, good morning Radio Station: Good morning, what can we do for u? Lady: Please I would like two tickets to the A.Y show holding this weekend Radio Station: Well, you can have … Continue reading BEFORE YOU PRANK OR CONFESS (NOTES)
Thoughts on DUGWE by Su’eddie Agema Anthologies are usually highly anticipated. There is a constant hunger for more collections to submit, and even read, that would showcase variant writings as opposed to the single authored books. We have been blessed with several anthologies particularly electronic like Saraba, Naija Short Stories, Sentinel and the like. In … Continue reading THOUGHTS ON DUGWE