Despite a shared history, Cameroon and Nigeria rarely engage in projects of shared literary benefit.
Howard M-B Maximus reviews ofada rice and wonders why one finds jollof rice everywhere in Nigerian literature, but hardly any reference to ofada rice.
After two years away from home, the journey back to Nigeria comes with its own story. Most important is the story between a mother and her daughter, the love that exists between them and how they interact like sisters.
Goethe-Institut in Lagos and Yaounde in collaboration with Saraba Magazine and Bakwa Magazine invites applications for participation in … More
Uzoma Ihejirika What happens when a young, uneducated but determined woman journeys to Lagos where she hopes to find her … More
Dami Ajayi From I.K. Dairo’s refreshing contribution, to King Sunny Ade and Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey, the legendary ying-yang of … More
i feel like an empty baseball field- serene, empty & free like space each time the gates of your memory … More
Amatesiro Dore Amatesiro Dore assesses Adewale Maja-Pearce’s memoir in an unorthodox review, which matches the nature of the book in … More
A journey through central London by tube, full of flashbacks and loss, as well as the shadow of Lagos, and a meditation on relationships with strangers.
10 countries, 2 continents, 3 disciplines, 22 concerts, 10 photographers, and 23 authors Whether it’s in Nairobi or in … More