Nigerian media and the deletion of local publishing houses

In a digitally connected world, it’s almost impossible not to have consumed or experienced a Nigerian cultural product or encounter her person. From the visual arts to music to literature, it feels as if Nigerians are present and dominant in almost every discussion about African cultural products. No surprise really being that it is the most pop...


Dr. Morayo To Meet New Readers On World Book Night

Like a Mule- Sarah Ladipo ManyikaOn 23rd April 2018, thousands of books will be given out across the UK on World Book Night.

Now an annual celebration of reading and books, World Book Night was established in 2011 as a means of encouraging more adults to read.

Books are given out across the UK with a focus on   reaching those who don’t regularly read, and are gifted through organisations including prisons, libraries, colleges, hospitals, care homes and homeless shelters, as well as by passionate individuals who give out their own books within their communities.


Cassava Republic signs captivating travel writing by Nigerian writer Emmanuel Iduma

Emmanuel Iduma

Cassava Republic Press has acquired ‘A Stranger’s Pose,’ a narrative non-fiction by writer Emmanuel Iduma, about his travels across a number of African cities.  A Stranger’s Pose will be published in Autumn 2018, with a Foreword by writer and New York Times Magazine photography critic, Teju Cole.  


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From now till publication date on 8 th May, every day, we’ll be sharing exlusive  bite-size excerpts from The Hundred Wells of Salaga!
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November Book of the Month

Leye Adenle reviews Vauxhall, by Gabriel Gbadamosi


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