THROUGH THE DEEPENING DEPTHS OF CAT EYES: THOUGHTS ON PEVER X’S NOVEL By Su’eddie Vershima AGEMA

Open your thought bank, and see this clearly as we think it from the dark like we are viewing it all through cat eyes: You grow up not knowing your father. You have heard so much about him and though you would naturally want to see him, to catch a glance of what your progenitor … Continue reading THROUGH THE DEEPENING DEPTHS OF CAT EYES: THOUGHTS ON PEVER X’S NOVEL By Su’eddie Vershima AGEMA

LITERARY BUZZ: PURPLE SILVER OPEN MIC SESSION (25th May, 2013): DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION BUZZ: The Symbols Cuisine Gallery. 7pm. We walked in, Maik Ortserga (Executive Editor with Aboki Publishers and Secretary of Benue Association of Nigerian Authors) and I. There was Anselm Ngutsav, Apine Kenneth and Stephen Aba. I was still wondering if I had made the right choice of forfeiting my Abuja trip for this session – … Continue reading LITERARY BUZZ: PURPLE SILVER OPEN MIC SESSION (25th May, 2013): DISCUSSION

DAMN YOU (LETTER TO NIGERIAN LITERATURE AND ALL INVOLVED)

(SMALL NOTE TO NIGERIAN LITERATURE AND ALL INVOLVED: DAMN YOU!) __________________________________________________________________________ Yup, damn you! I am usually conservative but even for that, damn me! Nigerian writers and its literature is largely uncelebrated in the country – for most of that, damn Nigeria! Nigerians prefer to read foreign books – damn Nigerians! Readers would rather read … Continue reading DAMN YOU (LETTER TO NIGERIAN LITERATURE AND ALL INVOLVED)