Update: Books Reading and Rhythm Introduces Readers’ Connect 1.0, Themed Books Unploughed

Knowledge has a lot to do with understanding and intelligence has a lot to do with thinking, but our purpose of acquiring knowledge and staying intelligent has a lot to with what we get out of our understanding and thinking. The theme of this event "Books Unploughed" and another issue we will be talking about …

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Update: Olabisi Abiodun Akinwale Set To Release A Rose For My Country, Collection Of Poems

“A Poet’s work... To name the unnamed, to point at frauds, to take sides, starts arguments, shape the world and stop it from going to sleep” Salman Rushdie In a land of several unwarranted wanton killings where known killers are shielded from facing the law, a land where unknown gun men remain unknown forever. With …

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Call For Submission | Wakanda: Rewriting Africa

ACEworld Online Magazine is currently receiving entries from poets all across the globe. The goal of the contest is to appreciate the artistic brilliance of who can best interpret the movie, Black Panther. It remains a notable fact that one of the problems Africans have ever had is the inability to create forward looking ideologies. …

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Update: Prose & Poetry Hood Announces Winner Of Valentine Poetry Competition

After a successful completion of the Valentine poetry competition, Prose & Poetry Hood announces winners and top entrants. Winner: Nzere Chinedu Nzere Chinedu is a Nigerian Writer, Poet and Caterer. He is known for his zest for poetry. He has countless poems to his credit like; How I murdered four girls, Phases from the lenses …

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Published: The Running Anthology Initiated by Mosobalaje M. Abimbola

No one can deny running. What on earth does not run? In fact, Running is another name we bear. We wear it like an emblem in our chest. Here is an encounter with men who have reflected every man's daily hastiness to thrive. The poems in this anthology are soul. Reading Oris' foreword to this …

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Call For Submission: Prose & Poetry Hood Valentine’s Day Competition

Love is undoubtedly humankind's most exploited subject matter. And yet every year,  all year round, the reproduction of "love" in art, literature, music, and a diverse array of many other fields, continues as if the subject, after all this time, has yet to be exhausted.  This month, the traditional celebration of Saint Valentine's Day guarantees that …

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News Update: Yusuf Balogun Gemini Set To Release Lagidigba, A Yoruba Spoken Word Piece

A dance of the forest continues. A long way to the beginning, a long haul to the end. - Wole Soyinka. Sometimes, we sit by the pathway to the jungle, watching how ants gropes off in love, leaves eloping with each other in twilight, thunder uniting with storm to birth a thunderstorm. We are the …

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Published: Si(gh)lent Night Anthology initiated by Akinrinade Funminiyi Isaac

To start with, before you read, ask yourself: what are my expectations in this anthology? The beauty of every work of art isn't just about reading, appreciating, commenting, and critiquing...That's why I wouldn't want you to just read, but also listen to every single line with readiness to learn from it. You might be wondering …

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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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