News: Broken Voices – Young Creatives Speak Back (The 1000 Young African Poets Anthology)

Introduction: There has been a growing concern among young creatives in Africa regarding lack of recognition of their poetic creativity by the older generation of poets and writers. While this concern is genuine, there is also a concern among older generations regarding the quality of poetic works coming from a generation of writers whose schooling …

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Published: Jide Badmus Publishes ‘There Is A Storm In My Head’

  SYNOPSIS This collection of poems covers the human voyage from the gentle tides of innocence, dreams and purpose to the reality of fear, disappointment and pain. It's a tale of extremes as the mind is tossed from frustration to elation; slipping into depths of failure and finding anchors of hope. It is a catalogue …

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Published: In My Father’s House (collection of poems)

ACEworld Publishers presents In My Father's House, a collection of poems on the memories: perils, plights and  pride of the writers' homes.   In My Father’s House is a rich collection of living memories, artistic acuity and poetic ingenuity. The poets were telling their stories. They gave voice to vision only seen through the keyhole of …

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Seven Important Signs Your Book Idea is Worth Publishing

You have an idea for a new book. You may even have a solid draft ready to submit to an agent or an editor. But you hesitate. Is your book idea good enough to withstand the trials of publishing? If you have put a great deal of heart and more than one long night into …

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10 Interesting Facts You Probably Don’t Know About Chinua Achebe

Did you even Know: 1. His Real Name is not Chinua He was born Albert Chinualumogu Achebe. Chinualumogu ("May God fight on my behalf") was a prayer for divine protection and stability. His name was shortened to Chinua when he got admitted into the prestigious Dennis MemorialGrammar School in Onitsha. 2. He was too Studious …

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