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Obinna Udenwe | On Being a “Writer in a Petrol-less Nation”

Obinna Udenwe’s experience is proof that a writer’s life is never divorced from the realities on ground. Those who follow Nigerian news know that Nigerians have been battling an acute problem of fuel scarcity. With petrol hard to come by, prices have skyrocketed. Going to work or conducting business in Nigerian cities has become nightmarishly […]

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Join Us Today as We Host Nigeria’s Crime Thriller Author Obinna Udenwe | Visit Brittle Paper to Ask Him Anything!

Today, Brittle Paper plays host to Nigerian author Obinna Udenwe. We are the third stop in his week-long blog tour publicizing the Nigerian edition of his conspiracy crime thriller titled Satans and Shaitans. I know you have questions about everything—from the provocative title of the book to the very idea of a Nigerian crime thriller—and, […]

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Obinna Udenwe’s Satans and Shaitans Set to Thrill Nigerian Readers

Nigerian readers will soon be able to share in the fun of reading Obinna Udenwe’s conspiracy crime thriller Satans and Shaitans. The novel was published a year ago by UK-based publisher Jacaranda Books. A few weeks ago, news came that AMAB Books and Publisher had signed a deal to make the books available to Nigerian readers. […]

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Interview with Obinna Udenwe | Author of Nigerian Conspiracy Crime Thriller

  A little while back, we brought you Obinna Udenwe’s debut novel, a conspiracy crime thriller titled Satans and Shaitans. (click here if you missed it.) Are you as intrigued as we are about the idea of a Nigerian conspiracy thriller? Well, we sent Udenwe a few probing questions about the novel and his writing process. Here are his rather […]

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Book Feature | Satans and Shaitans By Obinna Udenwe | An African Conspiracy Thriller

Obinna Udenwe has a special place in our hearts. The Nigerian writer and activist is a long time contributor to Brittle Paper, with hit stories including “Home Coming,” “Holy Milk,” and “Hiding in the Cupboard.” So it’s with great pleasure that we introduce to you his latest achievement as a rising literary star. A few […]

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Apply to Africa Is a Country’s $3,000 Fellowship Program for Intellectual & Cultural Producers of Africa-Related Knowledge

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The political and intellectual culture platform Africa Is a Country (AIAC) has announced its inaugural Fellowship Program, “of up to […]

Oxford English Dictionary Recognizes West African English, Adds 29 Nigerian Words & Senses

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Oxford English Dictionary has recognized West African English, bringing its number of World Englishes to 15, including Australian, Canadian, Caribbean, Hong Kong, Irish, […]

100 Most Influential Young Nigerians: Otosirieze Obi-Young, Arit Okpo, Kiki Mordi, Richard Akuson & Olutimehin Adegbeye Make Avance Media’s List

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Brittle Paper’s Deputy Editor Otosirieze Obi-Young has been named one of the “100 Most Influential Young Nigerians” in 2019 by […]

For Working Class Writers & Refugees, Sulaiman Addonia Is Giving Out 40 Free Tickets to the Asmara Addis Festival

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When writing is described as an elitist profession, critics mean that opportunities in the field are determined by access, which […]

Modern Sudanese Poetry | New Anthology Spans Six Decades of Sudanese History & Cultural Intersections

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Modern Sudanese Poetry: An Anthology, translated and edited by the Sudanese poet Adil Babikir, was published in paperback in September […]

Chuma Nwokolo Compensated in Plagiarism Lawsuit Against High Definition Film Studio, Shares More Stories of Plagiarism of His Work

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In November 2019, the Nigerian author Chuma Nwokolo called out Nollywood filmmaker Bright Wonder Obasi for using sections of his […]

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