5 Books To Read Before The End of 2019

2019 is fast running out. We bring you highly recommended books to round the year up with!

12 African Book Characters We’d Love to See in Big Brother Naija

What’s your favorite part of a Big Brother Naija season? The Drama? The contests? The scheming? The commotion? The controversial moments in a divided house? It’s difficult to imagine the last two…

5 Award Winners In The African Literary Scene In 2019

African literary scene this year: 5 Award winners so far.

BOOK FESTIVALS WITHIN AFRICA TO ATTEND BEFORE THE END OF 2019

We bring you amazing book festivals that are scheduled to hold before the year runs out.

I Encountered Rejection After Rejection After Rejection | In Conversation With Cheluchi Onyemelukwe-Onuobia

Write… be prepared to be rejected for a variety of reasons Ladies and gentlemen, the Chief Synner welcomes you to another edition of the SyncityNGLLL show! Our guest is a first time…

My Writing Is A Drill, I Must Write Everyday | In Conversation With Jude Idada

My Stories carry truth Ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to another edition of the SyncityNGLLL show. This time on the SyncityNGLLL show is a distinguished guest, a man of many talents. To join…

“I Love To Take Care of Writers”│In Conversation With Bieke van Aggelen

A Writer Needs To Write, A Literary Agent Will Do The Rest. Welcome to another edition of the #SyncityNGLLL show.In this session, we wrapped up the two-part series on literary agents who…

“The (Literary) Agent’s Decision Isn’t Only About How Strong They Consider Your Work” | In Conversation with Malaika Adero

Strong Storytelling Skills are what You Need Before Knocking on the Doors of any Agent or Publisher We specially set the month of August for Black Literary Agents, to appreciate their work…

“I Am My Own Worst Enemy. I Feel Things Too Deeply And Want To Get Them Out Of Me” | In Conversation With Inua Ellams

One Needs Good Collaborators To Build With, Whilst The Artist Creates Art. In this edition of the SyncityNGLLL show, we featured a maestro of art and an engaging session it was. Joining…

Twitter Writing Contest Season 1: The Top 50 Longlist

The longlist for the Twitter Writing Competition(powered by Uncle Stephen and partners) is here. Out of over 400 entries, here are the top 50 stories, from which 24 have been chosen to…

19 Year-old Nigerian Writer, Chidera Onyebuchi Unveils New Book: Finding Garen

Finding Garen comes highly recommended – Professor Duro Oni Chidera Onyebuchi is a 19-year-old Nigerian writer who discovered her love for the art of writing at the age of 10. She started…

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