Book Report

October 2, 2022

The Road to the Country, the Nigerian’s third novel announcement in seven years, is part of a two-book deal, and has been compared to Erich Maria Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front.

September 11, 2022

In her ‘80s-set debut novel, Tomorrow I Become a Woman, a young woman is caught between her needs for approval from both society and herself.

August 13, 2022

I Am Still with You: A Reckoning on Silence, Inheritance & History, set for 2023, is billed as “the story of countless families across the country who will never have answers for their loved ones.” Iduma calls it “the book I’ve been preparing to write for most of my life.”

August 8, 2022

The anthology, published by Jacana Media and edited by the chair of the award panel Otosirieze Obi-Young, includes work by Roy Udeh-Ubaka, Ukamaka Olisakwe, Moso Sematlane, Chisom Okafor, Halim Olaposi, Sheena Magenya, Kanyinsola Olorunnisola, and more.

July 11, 2022

The collection, his seventh, has been praised for how it “emanates grit and beauty” and is “spiritual, philosophical, personal, and deeply affecting.”

January 27, 2022

The novel, set in South Africa and China, has been compared to fiction by Teju Cole and Zinzi Clemmons.

January 27, 2022

In Yinka, Where Is Your Huzband?, a woman charts the pressure to marry, and finds self-love.

January 18, 2022

Years ago in Nigeria, the activist was attacked by a mob for being gay. “Alongside my personal story is a call to action,” he wrote about his new memoir.

January 17, 2022

The story, moving from Ghana to Spain, has been called “a stunning testament to the strength of the human spirit.”

January 7, 2022

If an Egyptian Cannot Speak English, winner of the Graywolf Press Africa Prize, has been described as “enthralling and nuanced.”

October 2, 2022

The Road to the Country, the Nigerian’s third novel announcement in seven years, is part of a two-book deal, and has been compared to Erich Maria Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front.

September 11, 2022

In her ‘80s-set debut novel, Tomorrow I Become a Woman, a young woman is caught between her needs for approval from both society and herself.

August 13, 2022

I Am Still with You: A Reckoning on Silence, Inheritance & History, set for 2023, is billed as “the story of countless families across the country who will never have answers for their loved ones.” Iduma calls it “the book I’ve been preparing to write for most of my life.”

August 8, 2022

The anthology, published by Jacana Media and edited by the chair of the award panel Otosirieze Obi-Young, includes work by Roy Udeh-Ubaka, Ukamaka Olisakwe, Moso Sematlane, Chisom Okafor, Halim Olaposi, Sheena Magenya, Kanyinsola Olorunnisola, and more.

July 11, 2022

The collection, his seventh, has been praised for how it “emanates grit and beauty” and is “spiritual, philosophical, personal, and deeply affecting.”

January 27, 2022

The novel, set in South Africa and China, has been compared to fiction by Teju Cole and Zinzi Clemmons.

January 27, 2022

In Yinka, Where Is Your Huzband?, a woman charts the pressure to marry, and finds self-love.

January 18, 2022

Years ago in Nigeria, the activist was attacked by a mob for being gay. “Alongside my personal story is a call to action,” he wrote about his new memoir.

January 17, 2022

The story, moving from Ghana to Spain, has been called “a stunning testament to the strength of the human spirit.”

January 7, 2022

If an Egyptian Cannot Speak English, winner of the Graywolf Press Africa Prize, has been described as “enthralling and nuanced.”

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