Nigerian poet, essayist and author, Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu, believes anger is great for writing. She finds that anger ‘makes the futile exercise of trying to be careful while writing, fall away.’ Read our interview.
Nigerian author and Chief Editor at Ouida Books, Molara Wood, believes good writing, ‘is not just about stringing words together.’ For Wood, ‘it’s about the imagination, a sensibility, a way of seeing the world.’
Accommodationists insist that during crisis moments like the current COVID-19 pandemic, scientists should lead with research and innovation while the believers should pray to God to bestow scientists with the knowledge to produce the needed vaccines. Read more.
Despite being a language spoken nationwide, Pidgin seems to have gained little attention from both established writers and the new writers who are fronting the Nigerian online literary experience. Read more.