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19 Women Accuse Nigerian Poet of Sexual Molestation, Says Investigative Report

In January, Nigerian poet Chijioke Amu-Nnadi was involved in a sexual molestation scandal. [read here if you missed it]. Three female members of the Nigerian literary community openly accused the poet on Facebook of making aggressive and unwanted sexual advances. An independent investigative committee headed by Juliet Kego Ume-Onyido of Whole WoMan Network (WWN)— an […]

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Association of Nigerian Authors Breaks Silence on Sexual Molestation Allegations Against Chijioke Amu-nnadi

Nigerian poet Chijioke Amu-nnadi is currently trending on social media following allegations of sexual molestation. A group of young women, including Miracle Adebayo and Mary Ajayi who are both writers, have come forward in the last few days, claiming that Mr. Amu-nnadi made aggressive and unwanted sexual advances. [Click here if you missed it.] Given Amu-nnadi’s long-standing […]

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Award Winning Nigerian Poet Chijioke Amu-nnadi in Sexual Molestation Scandal | by Jite Efemuaye

Award winning Nigerian poet Chijioke Amu-nnadi is currently embroiled in sexual molestation scandal which broke on Facebook a few days ago. The first inklings that something was afoot came when a number of young writers on Facebook put up cryptic posts about a ‘god of poetry’ who had been molesting young female writers. No names […]

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“Read Salone, Build Salone”: The First Sierra Leone National Book Fair | 5-7 Dec.

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Between December 5 to December 7, Freetown, Sierra Leone, will play host to the Sierra Leone National Book Fair—the first […]

Is There a Quota of 5 Books by African Authors for Every “Best 100 Books of 2019” List?

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As yet another year draws to a close, literary lists of various sorts are once again filling our newsfeeds. During […]

Laila Lalami’s The Other Americans Longlisted for the 2020 Aspen Words Literary Prize

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Moroccan-American novelist Laila Lalami’s The Other Americans has recently been longlisted for the 2020 Aspen Words Literary Prize. Described on the Aspen Prize’s […]

Apply for SBMEN’s Workshop “Literary Criticism: Judging Dynamic Creative Writing in All Forms”| 23 November

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The Society for Book and Magazine Editors of Nigeria (SBMEN) is calling for applications to its fourth (and last) editing […]

They Say There are Over 50 Translations of Things Fall Apart. Here are 61.

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How many times have you heard or read that Things Fall Apart has been translated into over 50 languages? And yet, […]

Vol. II of 20.35 Africa: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, Guest-edited by Yasmyn Belkhyr & Kayo Chingonyi, Now Available Here

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In November 2018, we published the debut volume of the 20.35 Africa: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry series. The first […]

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