african writers no longer feel obliged


There is talk about being an ‘African writer’, and who will fit into this mould. There is talk about ‘post-colonial literature’and whether this is a colonial label. There is talk about ‘diaspora’ writers and where we can find this diaspora. But what happens when some writers come together in Port Harcourt at a Festival and … Continue reading african writers no longer feel obliged

crimethrillers, fantasy stories, my choice


Books in great numbers.  Near the end of the book of Ecclesiastes the writer warns his readers that there is no end to writing books, and the reading of these books is a tiring exercise.  So what do we do? We can stick to the old and established books and ignore (to a large extent) … Continue reading crimethrillers, fantasy stories, my choice