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REVIEW: WHAT IT MEANS WHEN A MAN FALLS FROM THE SKY BY LESLEY NNEKA...

By Ezioma Kalu This book is a collection of short stories which centres on female protagonists and their relationships with their parents, how they are raised and how these dynamics shape who they become. My...

REVIEW: ALL SHADES OF IBERIBE BY KASIMMA

By Ezioma Kalu  There is this sense of fulfillment that has engulfed me, now that I've finally read this book after one whole year of longing and hoping. This book is everything I hoped it...

God’s Engineering: a visual art series by Kelly Nebolisa

Awka - The blacksmith’s city that today hammers young adults into various shapes of tools that in turn mold society - lives mostly by the young and energetic students, without whom the forge exists...

REVIEW: “GOD’S CHILDREN ARE LITTLE BROKEN THINGS” BY ARINZE IFEAKANDU

By Ezioma Kalu In nine exhilarating stories of queer love in contemporary Nigeria, God’s Children Are Little Broken Things announces the arrival of a daring new voice in fiction. A man revisits the university campus where...

ANIKULAPO: A Tale of Greed, Pride and Scorn [Movie Review]

By Precious Ndumanya  A travelling cloth weaver is welcomed into a new village, where he has a fling with an older woman. After a minor quarrel, she introduces him to the royal family as a...

Benneth Nwankwo’s ‘Breakout’ Season 1 Review: Probably Worth Your Time

By Precious Ndumanya On 14th of May 2022, Benneth Nwankwo's directed TV series, Breakout season 1 was premiered in Awka, the capital city of Anambra State.   Breakout, created by Benneth Nwankwo and written by Maryann Ilebaye...

ARTS OF OLAMIDE OGUNADE: RESURRECTION OF RETROSPECTIVE AESTHETICS

In early 2021, the Yoruba service of the BBC News ran a spotlight on a young Nigerian artist. This interview really did spotlight the artist as more and more Nigerians dug up to know...

SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR — PHYNO: TRACK BY TRACK REVIEW

By Chimdi Asika For about five years now, Nigerian music lovers have accused hiphopheads like Phyno and Olamide for switching to Afrobeats A.K.A commercial sounds. In response, these musicians told Nigerians that they are "musicians"...

BOOK REVIEW: “IN EVERY MIRROR SHE’S BLACK” — LOLA AKINMADE ÅKERSTRÖM

By Ezioma Kalu This book tells the tale of being black in a place far away from home, in the lives of three characters. For so many people, being black is a lifestyle that's innate....

BLOOD SISTERS — FLASH REVIEW

By Precious Ndumanya NOT A BAD REVIEW For "Blood Sisters", I am sure there is a bad review or there are bad reviews but this is not one. Released by EbonyLife Studios for Netflix on 5th of...