Press Releases

June 15, 2021

The Nigerian writer and linguist’s new work is a Yorùbá translation of Emily R. Grosholz’s Childhood.

May 20, 2021

Dr. Olufemi Oluwatayo and Martins Ifijeh will discuss their book, The Morning After: A Guide for Media Reporting and Prevention of Suicide in Nigeria.

May 17, 2021

The South African publisher extends its “Don’t Shut Up” conversations, with six panels on the state of the continent.

May 13, 2021

By creating a space to both nurture and pay emerging voices, 20.35 Africa can continue to stand as a home for robust literary support.

April 23, 2021

In the Nigerian writer’s third novel, a mixed-race British woman goes in search of her father, and finds that he is now dictator in a fictional West African country.

March 24, 2021

Over 40 poets in Africa, North America, and Europe participated in the virtual launch of the anthology, edited by Nduka Otiono and Uche Peter Umezurike and dedicated to the late Pius Adesanmi.

March 12, 2021

The 6-month fellowship, which “invokes the power of narrative to shift perceptions,” is open to writers of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and drama.

March 8, 2021

“There is a lot of literary talent out there,” said founder Othuke Ominiabohs. “It is our strong desire to find these gems, to give them a home, so together we can build something noble and beautiful.”

February 22, 2021

It will be facilitated by accomplished experts including Otosirieze Obi-Young, Omolola Opatayo, and Anwuli Ojogwu, co-founder of SBMEN.

February 18, 2021

Praxis Magazine invites all creatives partaking in this fight to submit non-fiction, fiction, poetry, and visual art on the momentous protests.

June 15, 2021

The Nigerian writer and linguist’s new work is a Yorùbá translation of Emily R. Grosholz’s Childhood.

May 20, 2021

Dr. Olufemi Oluwatayo and Martins Ifijeh will discuss their book, The Morning After: A Guide for Media Reporting and Prevention of Suicide in Nigeria.

May 17, 2021

The South African publisher extends its “Don’t Shut Up” conversations, with six panels on the state of the continent.

May 13, 2021

By creating a space to both nurture and pay emerging voices, 20.35 Africa can continue to stand as a home for robust literary support.

April 23, 2021

In the Nigerian writer’s third novel, a mixed-race British woman goes in search of her father, and finds that he is now dictator in a fictional West African country.

March 24, 2021

Over 40 poets in Africa, North America, and Europe participated in the virtual launch of the anthology, edited by Nduka Otiono and Uche Peter Umezurike and dedicated to the late Pius Adesanmi.

March 12, 2021

The 6-month fellowship, which “invokes the power of narrative to shift perceptions,” is open to writers of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and drama.

March 8, 2021

“There is a lot of literary talent out there,” said founder Othuke Ominiabohs. “It is our strong desire to find these gems, to give them a home, so together we can build something noble and beautiful.”

February 22, 2021

It will be facilitated by accomplished experts including Otosirieze Obi-Young, Omolola Opatayo, and Anwuli Ojogwu, co-founder of SBMEN.

February 18, 2021

Praxis Magazine invites all creatives partaking in this fight to submit non-fiction, fiction, poetry, and visual art on the momentous protests.

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