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The Fundamentals of Editing Fiction and Non-Fiction: Apply to SBMEN’s Workshop in Lagos | 21-22 September

The Society for Book and Magazine Editors of Nigeria (SBMEN) is calling for applications to its third editing workshop of 2019, to be held in Lagos. Themed “The Fundamentals of Editing Fiction and Non-Fiction,” and planned for 21-22 September, facilitators include BMS Editorial Services founder Adebukola Bassey, Quramo Publishing senior editor Tahirah Sagaya, Narrative Landscape […]

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How to Join Narrative Landscape’s Illustrator Competition for Nigerian Women

PRESS RELEASE Brief Narrative Landscape Press is pleased to announce this illustrator competition for Nigerian women illustrators. The winner of this competition will get a chance to work with a renowned author on their first children’s book. And there is a cash prize of N100,000—an advance on a possible future contract to work on this […]

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Win Copies of Marlon James’ Black Leopard, Red Wolf in Narrative Landscape Press’ Ongoing Competition

Narrative Landscape Press, the Nigerian publishers of Marlon James’ Black Leopard, Red Wolf, recently announced a competition which will see successful participants win copies of the novel. This competition will run through the month of April. Excerpts from the book will be posted on our Medium page with links to the page published on our social […]

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Narrative Landscape Press to Release Nigerian Edition of Marlon James’ Black Leopard, Red Wolf in April

The publishing company Narrative Landscape Press is gearing up for its release of the Nigerian edition of Marlon James’ highly anticipated new novel Black Leopard, Red Wolf, the first in his Dark Star Trilogy. Described by the author as “an African Game of Thrones,” the book has already been optioned for film adaptation by Black Panther actor […]

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Exclusive Photos | An Evening with Chimamanda at The Workstation, Victoria Island

On 22 September, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Nigerian publishers, Narrative Landscape Press, hosted her in Victoria Island, Lagos. The event, themed “An Evening with Chimamanda,” took place at The Workstation, 7 Ibiyinka Olorunbe Close, Victoria Island, Lagos. There were conversations around her two most recent books, We Should All Be Feminists (2014) and Dear Ijeawele, or A Feminist Manifesto […]

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Chimamanda’s Workshop Returns as the Purple Hibiscus Trust Creative Writing Workshop, Sponsored by Trace Nigeria | How to Apply

In 2017, in what should have been its tenth edition, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie announced that her annual workshop would not be held because there were no sponsors. In an email to Brittle Paper, she had stated that “our sponsor, Nigerian Breweries PLC (NB PLC), abruptly withdrew their sponsorship due to a need to streamline their expenditure.” Began […]

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EVENT | An Evening with Chimamanda in Victoria Island

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Nigerian publishers, Narrative Landscape, will be hosting her in Victoria Island, Lagos. The event, themed “An Evening with Chimamanda,” will take place on 22 September at The Workstation, 7 Ibiyinka Olorunbe Close, Victoria Island. There will be conversations around her two most recent books, We Should All Be Feminists (2014) and Dear Ijeawele, […]

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Bibi Bakare-Yusuf, Sarah Ladipo Manyika, Olumide Popoola, Mukoma wa Ngugi at Stimmen Afrikas Literaturfestival in Cologne, Germany

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From November 6 to November 9 2019, 33 guests from 19 countries, including several notable African authors, scholars, other individuals […]

Romeo Oriogun’s Debut Poetry Collection, Sacrament of Bodies, an Interrogation of Queerness, Masculinity & Nigerianness, Now Available for Pre-order

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In 2018, the Nigerian poet Romeo Oriogun was named an Institute of International Education Artist Protection Fund Fellow and a […]

20.35 Africa | Momtaza Mehri, Megan Ross, Nadra Mabrouk, Saddiq Dzukogi Featured in Forthcoming Issue II, Guest-Edited by Yasmin Belkhyr & Kayo Chingonyi

Earlier this year, we announced a call for submissions for Issue II of 20.35 Africa: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, […]

Oyinkan Braithwaite, Mia Couto, Uzodinma Iweala, Cynthia Jele Longlisted for 2020 International Dublin Literary Award

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The longlist for the 2020 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award has just been announced and nine Africans are on it: […]

Chika Unigwe Speaks About Igbo Identity at Centre for Memories in Enugu

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Nigerian author and professor Chika Unigwe recently spoke at the Centre for Memories, Enugu, Nigeria, as the November speaker for […]

Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi’s Second Novel Acquired by Booker Prize-Winning Publisher, Oneworld

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Oneworld has acquired the rights to Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi’s second novel. Titled The First Woman, the novel is the third […]

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