The air was clotted with the dizzying smells of refined petroleum, she struggled to breathe. Ghana’s sticky humidity of a Wednesday morning enhanced its overpowering stench… [10mins]
We’re pleased join forces with Creative Writing News and Parresia Publishers to host Nigerian author, Ifesinachi Okoli-Okpagu, as she rounds up the five-day book tour for her debut novel, The Domestication of Munachi.
In a Nigerian town in the mid-1990’s, four brothers encounter a madman whose mystic prophecy of violence threatens the core of their close-knit family.
A review by Darkowaa of AfricanBookAddict.com
Silence hung heavy in the air between them. He spoke first, his little eyes like rodents, blinking in the heat. “Ese – is this you?” She brushed past him, into the coolness of the house… [10mins]
Don’t you hate how people always say ‘Africa’ when they’re referring to a specific country?… [4mins]
In collaboration with Bahati Books.
I was by the well, both hands wrapped around the rope tied to the container inside the pool of water below, when the sound of Korede Bello’s Godwin started filtering into my ears… [2mins]