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Victor Ehikhamenor’s Gorgeous Co-Working Space, Angels & Muse, to be Featured in Netflix Reality TV Series, Amazing Interiors

Last year, the award-winning artist and writer Victor Ehikhamenor opened a multi-modal co-working space in Lagos called Angels and Muse. Located at 5, Sumbo Jibowu Street, off Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, it is a marvelous one, walls draped with murals, stained glass, and beautiful lighting, making for a stunning visual and immersive experience. The creative hub, […]

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Photos from the BookArtArea Workshop, Facilitated by Teju Cole, Emmanuel Iduma, & Ayobami Adebayo

In June, BookArtArea, the educational initiative of Angels and Muse, the popular artists’ co-working space in Lagos, called for applications to a free prose-writing masterclass. It was to be taught by Harvard creative writing professor Teju Cole, whose reflection, “Distance of Days,” we published; Saraba editor Emmanuel Iduma, whose nonfiction book A Stranger’s Pose was recently […]

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Apply to BookArtArea’s Free 5-Day Writing Masterclass with Teju Cole, Emmanuel Iduma, & Ayobami Adebayo

BookArtArea, the educational initiative of Angels and Muse, the popular artists’ co-working space in Lagos, is calling for applications to its free creative writing masterclass. To be taught by Teju Cole, Emmanuel Iduma and Ayobami Adebayo, the masterclass will take place at Angels and Muse, over five days, from 5 August to 9 August, and […]

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Angels and Muse | Artsy Co-working Space Opens in Lagos

Award-winning artist and writer Victor Ehikhamenor has always given us the gift of beautiful art. But his latest project, Angels and Muse, does something different. It affords us the rare experience of living and working inside his art! A few weeks ago, he opened up a multi-modal co-working space in Lagos draped with wall murals, […]

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  I slipped through today. When it gets hard, remind me it’s not suicidal to live. Tell me of hope, […]

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Nigerian Software Engineer Invents New Igbo Writing System

Nigerian Software Engineer Invents New Igbo Writing System

Lotanna Igwe-Odunze is a software engineer, artist and writer who developed a new system for Igbo writing called the Ńdébé […]

All About Nsah Mala’s Cameroonian Children’s Book Coming Out in Spring 2021

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A US publishing house for children’s literature POW! Kids Books has acquired worldwide rights, excluding Africa, to Cameroonian poet and […]

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Episode 4 of Prof. Ato Quayson's Vlog

The fourth episode of Professor Ato Quayson’s vlog Critic.Reading.Writing is up! In this week’s episode, the Professor dives into the […]

Namwali Serpell to Join Harvard English Department as Full Professor

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  Namwali Serpell announced on Twitter this week that she will be joining the Harvard English Department as Full Professor […]

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