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Holy Sex is Obinna Udenwe’s New Novella About the Nigerian Church as an Erotic Space

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We are delighted to bring you a new and exciting work of fiction: Holy Sex: A Nigerian Church Erotica by Obinna Udenwe. Holy Sex is Brittle Paper’s first foray into the world of book publishing—well, e-book, at least for now. Holy Sex is a dark and humorous tale that breaks the silence around the Nigerian church as […]

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Nigerian Novelist Obinna Udenwe and Nwamaka Okpo’s Beautiful Wedding Celebration

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Congrats to Nigerian novelist Obinna Udenwe! He recently tied the knot with the love of his life, Nwamaka Okpo, an accountant based in Abakaliki. A series of ceremonies marked the joyous occasion. The traditional marriage ceremony followed the Izzi traditional marriage rites and took place on the 23rd of November 2016 at the Okpo residence. […]

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Nigeria’s First-ever Church Erotica Coming Soon as a Novella

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I am delighted to announce the forthcoming release of Holy Sex, a wild romp of a novella about a Nigerian pastor’s erotic exploits. In May of 2015, I posted the first of six stories in a story series by the same name. After nearly a 100,000 hits, the story is taking on a new life […]

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Obinna Udenwe | On Being a “Writer in a Petrol-less Nation”

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Obinna Udenwe’s experience is proof that a writer’s life is never divorced from the realities on ground. Those who follow Nigerian news know that Nigerians have been battling an acute problem of fuel scarcity. With petrol hard to come by, prices have skyrocketed. Going to work or conducting business in Nigerian cities has become nightmarishly […]

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Join Us Today as We Host Nigeria’s Crime Thriller Author Obinna Udenwe | Visit Brittle Paper to Ask Him Anything!

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Today, Brittle Paper plays host to Nigerian author Obinna Udenwe. We are the third stop in his week-long blog tour publicizing the Nigerian edition of his conspiracy crime thriller titled Satans and Shaitans. I know you have questions about everything—from the provocative title of the book to the very idea of a Nigerian crime thriller—and, […]

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Holy Sex Wins Best Short Story Series at the 2015 Nigerian Writers Awards

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This weekend had me smiling to the moon and back. Holy Sex, the super-popular story series written by Obinna Udenwe and published here on Brittle Paper won the Nigerian Writers Award for best short story series. {Click here to read the first episode} The Nigerian Writers Awards rewards writers and other industry stakeholders for the work […]

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Review | Obinna Udenwe Explores Marital Infidelity in African Households | By Udo Okoronkwo-Chukwu

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“Bedfellows,” a short story by Obinna Udenwe, tells a fascinating tale about a woman named Agnes whose unfaithfulness leads to the break-up of her marriage. After her husband leaves for Tanzania on a volunteer mission, Agnes begins an affair with a doctor. Agnes’ son who witnesses the illicit affair is also the narrator of the story. […]

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Obinna Udenwe’s Satans and Shaitans Set to Thrill Nigerian Readers

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Nigerian readers will soon be able to share in the fun of reading Obinna Udenwe’s conspiracy crime thriller Satans and Shaitans. The novel was published a year ago by UK-based publisher Jacaranda Books. A few weeks ago, news came that AMAB Books and Publisher had signed a deal to make the books available to Nigerian readers. […]

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I hold a doctorate in English from Duke University and recently joined the Marquette University English faculty as an Assistant Professor. I love teaching African fiction and contemporary British novels. Brittle Paper is the virtual space/station where I play and experiment with ideas on how to reinvent African fiction and literary culture.

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