4 edition of Creative writing, writers, and publishing in Northern Nigeria found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|3||Occasional publication (Institut français de recherche en Afrique) ;|
|Creative writing, writers, and publishing in Northern Nigeria / Abba Aliyu Sani and Jibrin Ibrahim An overview of creative writing in Northern Nigeria / Emmanuel Babatunde Omobowale.|
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We all did, or what was left of us. History of printing and publishing in Nigeria. My soul nearly left my body as I jumped.
The first is the 14 Kingdoms Period 10th-19th centurythe second is the Sokoto period 19th-20th centurythe 3rd is the Colonial Period 20th centuryand the 4th is the Post Independence period 20th and publishing in Northern Nigeria to present. The blueprint will contain practical ways and strategies as the roadmap for governments, individuals, institutions, communities, art organisations, donor agencies, corporate organisations, students and parents in the region in the development of literary arts.
We were trying to get a point across, but instead you were starting fires and knocking down towers. Although his theatre is often linked to the Ghana concert party — a largely Western variety style — his theatrical performances were unique because they were folk-based.
They call me a womanist. It fell down, the blood, mixing with the water falling from my hair, dripping down… I uncurled my fists and let out a scream, releasing only one fourth of all those bottled-up emotions. Cat Writers Association writers A community for writers who specialize in cats.
The secret of Nigerian book sales. " The effort of the smile carves knife wounds into my face.
Not every outcome is sunshine, Nor rainbows or unicorns. There was no such thing as magic. New experiences translate to new encounters. As she pulled back some of the emerald ivy, she found a wooden gate. Suddenly, an icy-cold hand gripped my arm, panic rose in my chest and then he took of his mask.
Well, it is hard to tell the exact tale.
Thus the works of Oladejo Okediji and Kola Akinlade are well known in this artistic sub-genre.
My fingers were clenched into fists, drawing scarlet blood from my palms; my knuckles deadly white.