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Ep2. A conversation with Priscilla Takondwa Semphere on storytelling

Takulandirani! (That’s “We welcome you,” in Chichewa.)

This week we launch the #SecondSaturday series, when we chat with an author about their book. Our guest is… 203 more words


Book Review #24 - Americanah

This happened to be the fourth Chimamanda Adichie’s book I would be reading, having read The Thing Around Your Neck, Purple Hibiscus and Half of a Yellow Sun… 740 more words


Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Genre: An unapologetic look at race and class in America, Nigeria and briefly in the UK through the eyes of African Immigrant on the backdrop of a love story. 319 more words

Career of the Week – Uche Okonkwo, Managing Editor

Uche Okonkwo’s first degree is a B.A. in Education/English from the University of Port Harcourt. After NYSC, she did a bit of volunteering, and then returned to Kachifo Limited, where she had briefly interned earlier. 49 more words

Published Articles

Snapshots of #MyFeminism

Brittle Paper featured an essay series on feminism titled My Feminism. The series was inspired, in part, by Chimamanda Adichie for her public statements which have aroused a wave of interest in the values, practice and politics of feminism. 815 more words


Nusrat Fateh Ali-Khan Meets Lagos on the Tubes of London

The woman sat in front of me on the train has the most silky, golden hair I’ve ever seen. I can’t see her face, only the back of her head. 678 more words


Earlier Today

This post first appeared on my Facebook Timeline on the 16th of December, 2016.

Today, Esther came around to bid everyone goodbye. We hugged for long in the room, and I cried on her shoulders, betraying the vow I had made earlier that I wouldn’t let the tears come. 1,101 more words