My August writing summary. What I have planned for the next few months and more.
Tag Archives: Nigerian writers
Interview With Mayowa Fagbure – A Nigerian Writer Who Writes for People Who Feel Deeply
Mayowa Fagbure is a Nigerian writer whose articles are always thoroughly and meticulously detailed; they make an insightful read. I have personally enjoyed reading her articles. Read on to find out more about her writing journey.
Poem: Dear Fear
Dear fear is a free verse poem, written in the voice of a Nigerian mother who worries about her 19-year old daughter. Read more on the blog.
Interview With Iberuche Maryann – Writer, Poet and Children’s Rights Activist
Maryann is a writer, poet and children’s rights activist based in Lagos, Nigeria. She also the founder of an NGO charity organisation, Daughters of Africa. In this post, she discusses her recently published novel, Bruised Affection, her work as a content creator and more.