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2022 National Book Award: The Longlist of Black Writers

The longlists for the National Book Awards for 2022 were announced on September 16. On October 4, five finalists will…

James Melbin 3 Min Read

The #LondontoLagos Adventure: Kunle Adeyanju’s Cross-continental Bike Trip

Kunle Adeyanju (a.k.a Lionheart) is an entrepreneur and avid adventurer who takes bliss in performing all kinds of challenging or…

Yusuf Aderibigbe 7 Min Read

What Makes Bolu Babalola’s Honey and Spice the Romance Book of all Romance Books?

Literature is meant to be a depiction of society. Either directly, in an “in-your-face” capacity, or more subtly. All in…

Difrodah Mnyika 8 Min Read

Ibejii: The New Alté King

Ibejii sat down with The Moveee to talk about his music and his recent win at The Headies.

Michelle Ejiro 11 Min Read

Ciku Kimani Mwaniki on the Unconventional Path of Self-Publishing

The adoption of self-publishing is on the rise. The era of independence from institutionalised publishing houses is very much upon…

Difrodah Mnyika 14 Min Read

The Eraser

I talk to myself a lot. My parents find it strange when they walk in on me, but we always…

Louisa Ogundare 16 Min Read

Ghana Is in Talks to Get Looted Asante Gold Artefacts From the Victoria & Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum in London is negotiating the possible return of an Asante gold artefact collection seized during…

James Melbin 1 Min Read

In the Beginning Was Darkness

Click! That's the last sound I hear before the world goes dark. I'm crouched beside my fallen mother. My father…

Chinecherem Udo 13 Min Read

Bridge Across the Seas (When words paddle their way from English to Korean)

Eminent academic and poet, Professor Niyi Osundare, shares lessons from the complex and frequently confounding translation process of some of…

Akintayo Abodunrin 8 Min Read
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