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Opportunity for Nigerian Poets | Submit to PIN’s November Poetry Challenge

Poets in Nigeria (PIN) has made a call for submissions for the November edition of its 10-Day Poetry Challenge. This month’s contest, which is “geared towards stimulating consistent and spontaneous creativity,” will be the last for the year. Entries will be entertained between 13th and 22nd of November, 2017. In an email to Brittle Paper, the Challenge’s moderator, […]

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Opportunity for Nigerian Poets | Submit to PIN’s September Poetry Challenge

Poets in Nigeria (PIN) has made a call for submissions for the September edition of its 10-Day Poetry Challenge. The monthly contest is “geared towards stimulating consistent and spontaneous creativity.” In an email to Brittle Paper, the Challenge’s moderator, Chisom Okafor, whose poetry we’ve published, stated that “ten exceptional entries will be officially published on PIN’s […]

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The Winners of the 2017 Nigerian Students’ Poetry Prize

The winners of the 2017 Nigerian Students’ Poetry Prize have been announced. The first, second and third prizes went to Bakre Fadil Adedamola, Ajah Henry Ekene, and Bona O. Solomon, respectively. Founded in 2016, the Nigerian Students’ Poetry Prize is an initiative of Poets in Nigeria (PIN) created to recognize poetry by undergraduates in the country. The prize’s 2017 edition […]

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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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The 21 Writers Shortlisted for the 2017 Miles Morland Writing Scholarships

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The 2017 Miles Morland Writing Scholarship shortlist has been announced and there are 21 writers on it. The Miles Morland […]

Photos | #AkeFest17: Cameroon-Nigeria Literary Exchange Participants in Roundtable Conversation

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The 2017 Ake Arts and Book Festival took place from 14–18 November 2017, in Abeokuta, Nigeria. One of the event’s […]

Teju Cole’s “Blind Spot” Is One of TIME’s Top 10 Non-Fiction Books of 2017

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Teju Cole’s Blind Spot has been named among TIME‘s Top 10 Non-Fiction Books of 2017. The book, a beguiling blend […]

#ThrowBack | In Conversation: Nuruddin Farah and Kwame Anthony Appiah

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In 2004, Somalian novelist Nuruddin Farah and Ghanaian philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah sat for a conversation published in BOMB magazine. […]

Aminatta Forna’s Fourth Novel, “Happiness,” Arrives March 2018

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Among writers of her generation, Aminatta Forna belongs in the higher ranks of critical acclaim. With her work translated into […]

Wasafiri Magazine Releases “Issue 92: Winter 2017,” Featuring Ellah Allfrey, Nadifa Mohamed and Ayobami Adebayo

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Wasafiri, the UK’s leading literary magazine for international voices, has released its “Issue 92: Winter 2017.” Founded in 1984 by its current […]

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