As it happens characters come to live in the book your are writing. They come from left and right and just settle down on the page you are writing. You did not invite them. They just came with the intention of settling down in a cosy way on your pages. What to do? Maybe you … Continue reading #107 Chibundu Onuzo
Next month London (in the United Kingdom) will be the venue of a collection of short stories written by Leila Aboulela. At the launch will be another writer. Her name is Chibundu Onuzo and she will ask questions. Have a look at this announcement and make sure you will be there.
Writers do eat and drink and buy stuff. What kind of stuff do they buy. Do Africans in the diaspora buy stuff from their fatherland and motherland? What does a Nigerian writer in the United Kingdom buy? Does she prefer Nigerian goods? In this article the writer Chibundu Onuzo shares some of her thoughts.
At the moment the Nigeria-born writer Chibundu Onuzo is touring the United States of America to promote her latest book ‘Welcome to Lagos’. In this article you will find an interview with this lady, telling us about her book and a few other things.
Chibundu is working hard during her tour in the United States of America. She promotes her books. Her latest is a book on Lagos, the former capital of Nigeria. When you follow this link you will get the chance to listen to an interview with Onuzo. She is working on her Ph.D. in the United … Continue reading Interview: Chibundu Onuzo
According to this article this is the top in writing with its origin in West Africa. All these writers are no longer living in West Africa but have moved, some at a young age, to other pastures. Many are now living in the United States of America. The majority of the writers mentioned has Nigerian … Continue reading The top West African diaspora authors you must read