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Writing with Style | Tobi Alaaka

Oris Aigbokhaevbolo’s two-day workshop, Write with Style, is both an effort to create a learning space for a growing demographic of young Nigerian writers and an inquiry into the main tactics of a writer’s trade. The workshop facilitator, an award-winning journalist and editor, stands distinguished as a critical voice in Nollywood and Afro-pop commentary, and, […]

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Photos from the 2nd Edition of the Write With Style Workshop in Lagos

The second edition of Oris Aigbokhaevbolo’s Write with Style Workshop took place in Ikeja, Lagos on 24 and 25 November 2018. Aigbokhaevbolo, who was named Entertainment Journalist of the Year at the 2015 All Africa Music Awards and enjoys a reputation as one of Nigeria’s top culture critics, maintains that the Workshop is for “anyone using […]

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Attend the Second Edition of the Write with Style Workshop with Oris Aigbokhaevbolo

Following the first edition of the Write With Style Workshop, the award-winning writer, critic, and journalist Oris Aigbokhaevbolo is hosting an expansive second edition on 24 and 25 November 2018. Topics to be covered at the workshop include: – How to write a good sentence – Killing clichés in your writing – Tips and tricks […]

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The 2018 Brittle Paper Award for Creative Nonfiction: Meet the 8 Finalists

The shortlists for the 2018 Brittle Paper Awards were announced in October. Begun in 2017 to mark our seventh anniversary, the Awards aim to recognize the finest, original pieces of writing by Africans published online. The $1,100 prize is split across five categories: the Brittle Paper Award for Fiction ($200), the Brittle Paper Award for Poetry ($200), the Brittle Paper Award for Creative Nonfiction ($200), the Brittle Paper Award […]

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The 2018 Brittle Paper Awards: Announcing the Shortlists

We are delighted to announce the shortlists for the 2018 Brittle Paper Awards. Begun in 2017 to mark our seventh anniversary, the Awards aim to recognize the finest, original pieces of writing by Africans published online. The $1,100 cash prize is split across five categories: the Brittle Paper Award for Fiction ($200), the Brittle Paper Award […]

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At Oris Aigbokhaevbolo’s Write with Style Workshop | Immaculata Abba

If there is one thing you need to know about Oris Aigbokhaevbolo, the Entertainment Journalist of the Year at the 2015 All Africa Music Awards, it is this: he knows what a good sentence is. Maybe he is a little too aware of his abilities, but he knows his stuff. He knows how a good […]

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10 Questions with Oris Aigbokhaevbolo, Facilitator of Write with Style Workshop

Nigerian writer Oris Aigbokhaevbolo is organising a workshop in Lagos. The Write with Style Workshop will focus on how to write reviews, interviews, reportage, fiction, and creative nonfiction. It will be held on 25 and 26 August. Applicants are to call or text this number: 08079056897; or send an email to styleandsentences@gmail.com. They will then receive a […]

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Apply to the Write with Style Workshop with Oris Aigbokhaevbolo

Words run the world: On the internet, and in novels, magazines, films, songs, and even love letters. How do you make your own collection of words and sentences standout? How do you become a better writer? How do you make money after becoming a good writer? Award-winning writer, journalist and culture critic Oris Aigbokhaevbolo will facilitate […]

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Emmanuel Iduma is the author of two books, Farad/A Sound of Things to Come (2012) and A Stranger’s Pose (2018). […]

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Toyin Adewale-Gabriel is a Nigerian poet, short story writer, literary critic and activist. She was cofounder and coordinator for several […]

Here is How to Join Netflix and Triggerfish’s All-African Team of Female Writers

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You may have heard the news about Netflix picking up Malenga Mulendema’s Mama K’s Team 4, an animation story about […]

Netflix Acquires Mama K’s Team 4, A Futuristic Animation Series Set in Zambia

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Netflix has acquired rights to stream Mama K’s Team 4. An animation series set in a futuristic Lusaka, the story chronicles […]

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  Whenever I see a semicolon while reading a book, I remember Hadiza. I remember her eyes and her mind, […]

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