Literature


Nigerian Literary History at a Glance


The Black Cat (Short story)


From My Photo Album


Seeing Red (Short story)


Eternal Love (Poem)


Labo Yari: 'Writers cannot change Nigeria' (Interview)


Sule: 'I wrote The Undesirable Element in Secondary School' (Interview)


How to write fiction (tips)


Nigerian writers: Roll call


Let your heart speak my mind (poem)


Rage of civilisation (poem)


A smile on the rock (poem)


Fasting! (poem)


Iruwa has killed my death (poem)


Develop your personal style (tips)


Chimamanda: ?To write fiction is to try to make sense of the world? (interview)


Gimba: 'Nigerian literature has come a long way' (interview)


Okediran: 'The writer is like a distance runner' (interview)


Sefi Atta: 'I don?t think every literary work should be didactic' (interview)


ILEMA (Short story)


Deal Me in Challenge: Oh! He's Charming! by Dorothy Parker


Cultural Productions of 9/11


April in Review (Or How I OD'ed on Romantic Lit and Went on Hiatus)


February in Review: Or how I froze my ass, returned to blogging and read a ton of poetry...


Umaisha wins Literary Journalist of the Year Award (report)


It's in the air


Revisiting Air Force One


The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje


Top Ten Tuesday: Top 10 Books From My Childhood That I Would Love To Revisit


'Humour is at the root of creative writing' - Chuma Nwokolo


Technologies R Us


I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud by William Wordsworth


A novel takes its author to wherever it wants ? E. E. Sule


Teaching Eighteenth-Century "Atlantic" Literature, Part Two


UP IN THE AIR


Writing: sometimes it works


I wrote my first novel at 16


Astrophil and Stella by Philip Sidney


To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf


The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes


Dr. Watson and his importance


The film aspect of me was formed from writing ? Sadisu Mohammed


An Artist Who Likes Theory


Object Lessons at MLA


A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick


More than Human by Theodore Sturgeon


"I will give ANA more visibility" - Hyancinth


Poverty in the North: Fact or fiction?


Book Review: A Meaning for Wife


on the possibility of literature blogs










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