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Book Review: On Black Sisters' Street by Chika Unigwe

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Madam believes in the power of incense to keep spirits away, and not just the spirits that belonged to humans. None of the other women believe in the efficacy of her incense but Madam is not one to be contradicted. 1,193 more words

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Le nigeriane - Chika Unigwe #recensione

On Black Sisters Street – Chika Unigwe

LEGGERE IL MONDO: NIGERIA

Nel mio viaggio intorno al mondo sono già passata dalla Nigeria, con la splendida… 1,047 more words

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"Growing My Hair Again" Chika Unigwe

Growing My Hair Again is a story by Chika Unigwe that describes a young woman, Nneke’s, struggle with her abusive husband who has passed away. 330 more words

Diversathon 2.0 TBR

I’m very excited to be able to join Diversathon this time around. I won’t be joining in the group read, mainly because I’m currently doing a buddy read and also because I don’t have the book and don’t plan on buying it anytime soon. 896 more words

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Book Review #22 - On Black Sisters' Street

On Black Sisters’ Street starts with this quote from Brian Chikwava’s Seventh Street Alchemy; “Armed with a vagina and the will to survive, she knew that destination would never lay claim to her.” 823 more words

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ABUBAKAR ADAM IBRAHIM WINS THE 2016 NLNG PRIZE FOR LITERATURE

Okay, maybe you have heard it or you are hearing it here first. Check everywhere and make a shout for Abubakar Adam Ibrahim has won the $100,000 NLNG Prize for Literature for his novel,  235 more words

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Shortlist of three for NLNG sponsored US$100,000 literature prize emerges

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The shortlist of three entries has been approved by the Advisory Board for The Nigeria Prize for Literature sponsored by Nigeria LNG Limited. This announcement follows an initial shortlist of eleven which was released in July. 650 more words

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