On Duplicitous Commitments to Women: A Dialogue with Olukorede S. Yishau

ON DUPLICITOUS COMMITMENTS TO WOMEN A DIALOGUE WITH OLUKOREDE S. YISHAU Olukorede S. Yishau is a Nigerian creative writer and

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The Sacredness of Earning a Face: A Dialogue with Binyerem Ukonu

THE SACREDNESS OF earning a face A DIALOGUE WITH BINYEREM UKONU Binyerem Ukonu is a trained-architect, poet, novelist and publisher

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Epistolary Fiction as a Conduit for Empathy: A Dialogue with Claudia Efemini

EPISTOLARY FICTION AS A CONDUIT FOR EMPATHY A DIALOGUE WITH CLAUDIA EFEMINI Claudia Efemini is the author of A Letter

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The Moving Artist’s Point of View: A Dialogue with Tọ́pẹ́-ẸniỌbańkẹ́ Adégòkè

THE MOVING ARTIST’S POINT OF VIEW A DIALOGUE WITH TỌ́PẸ́-ẸNIỌBAŃKẸ́ ADÉGÒKÈ Tọ́pẹ́-ẸniỌbańkẹ́ Adégòkè is a writer and literary critic from Ibadan,

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Writing as the Creation of Culture: A Dialogue with James Eze

WRITING AS THE CREATION OF CULTURE A DIALOGUE WITH JAMES EZE James Eze began his career as a journalist with

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Doing Unimaginable Things With Language: A Dialogue with Kasimma

DOING UNIMAGINABLE THINGS WITH LANGUAGE A DIALOGUE WITH KASIMMA Kasimma is from Igboland—obodo ndị dike! She holds the 2022 Nikky

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Memory as a Motif in Fiction: A Dialogue with Joshua Chizoma

MEMORY AS A MOTIF IN FICTION A DIALOGUE WITH JOSHUA CHIZOMA Joshua Chizoma is a Nigerian writer. He was a

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Succumbing to the Chaos of the Story: A Dialogue with Kanyinsola Olorunnisola

SUCCUMBING TO THE CHAOS OF THE STORY A DIALOGUE WITH KANYINSOLA OLORUNNISOLA Kanyinsola Olorunnisola is an experimental writer of Yoruba

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Write What You Feel: A Dialogue with Ola W. Halim

Write What You Feel A DIALOGUE WITH OLA W. HALIM Ola W. Halim teaches English Studies and Literature-in-English and writes

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Voicing the Fringe: A Dialogue with Ukamaka Olisakwe

VOICING THE FRINGE A DIALOGUE WITH UKAMAKA OLISAKWE Ukamaka Olisakwe grew up in Kano, Nigeria, and now lives in Vermillion,

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