Romeo Oriogun Earnestly Converses With Time And History
Romeo Oriogun has always regarded his life as some form of “protest”, and in many ways, he’s not far from the truth.
The Longest Memory
I am more familiar with the poetry of Fred D’Aguiar than his prose, so I was thrilled when I discovered his debut novel at the Library of Africa and the African Diaspora (LOATAD) in Accra where I was a writer-in-residence in April earlier this year.
Are God’s Children Little Broken Things?
Ifeakandu, in his debut, reveals the mundane and daring lives of gay men in Nigeria, conveying their everyday experiences with compassion.