SprinNG stands for Society for the Promotion, Revitalization, and Improvement of New Nigerian Generations in Writing and Literature. We publish reviews, poems, stories, essays, and fiction. We founded a database of 300+ Nigerian writers. We conduct an annual creative writing fellowship, providing free mentorship to select writers. We run an annual SprinNG Poetry Contest with a unique theme to celebrate our anniversary.
The award for female Nigerian authors “invests N200,000 in purchasing, distributing, and marketing print copies of their books.”
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