Letters that poet T.S. Eliot wrote to his muse and confidante Emily Hale were unveiled this week after more than 60 years in storage. The
Tejumola Olaniyan, the Louis Durham Mead Professor in English and the Wole Soyinka Humanities Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, who died on Saturday 30
Reviewer: Archie Henderson Agent Running in the Field, by John le Carré (Penguin Random House UK) Moscow Centre is up and running again, its tentacles
By Adam Platt “The Turkeys stayed at the Willard hotel last night,” I overheard someone say. “They always do that.” I was among the rabble
By Shaunta Grimes If the Sarah Dessen Twitter debacle has taught us anything, it’s that reviews are not for you If you’re a writer, you
Great fiction sustains communal memory. Bina Nengi Ilagha is a consummate weaver of folk-memory in her award winning first
Jimanze Ego- Alowes will be doing excerpts from his new book at a reading in Ikeja. The event is the 11th BookTrek this year to
Folarin Banigbe will be sharing the story of his many close shaves with death after he was kidnapped, at a reading in Quintessence Gallery in
The Committee for Relevant Art, CORA will be hosting the Ninth Book Trek in 2019, its third at Patabah Bookshop in Surulere, Lagos. On Tuesday,
The landmark book – History, Trauma, and Healing in Postcolonial Narratives: Reconstructing Identities – written by Ogaga Ifowodo and published
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