One Danfo Way Home - By Onyinye Ihezukwu

One Danfo Way Home – By Onyinye Ihezukwu

So this evening I’m chewing gum and gazing out of the danfo window, caught up in a bumper-to-bumper file on Lekki-Epe expressway. It’s hot. Really hot and I’m squeezed between a snoring old man and the bus window, slightly frosted from exhaust fumes and dust. I have short tubes as legs, but I still have

THE PROBLEM WITH POST-COLONIAL THEORY: Re-Theorizing African Performance, Orature and Literature in the Age of Globalization and Diaspora Studies – by Esiaba Irobi

POSTCOLONIAL THEORY, from The Empire Strikes Back through Spivak’s Critique of Postcolonial Reason to Paul Gilroy’s Postcolonial Melancholia is a reaction to Western imperialist history and intellectual ideology. It is a spirited engagement with the structures of thinking and actions that facilitate the continued subordination, marginalization and exploitation of the intellectual resources and cultural reserves of


Here is a chance to get your drama story ideas set for the stage. A free one-day crash course on the fundamentals of writing plays for the theatre by the Abuja Writers Forum (AWF). Date : March 18, 2017 Time: 9am to 3:30pm Venue: 2nd floor, Hamdala Plaza, Jimmy Carter Street, Off former Protea Hotel near Asokoro,, Abuja. Space available for only 30 participants on a first to register basis. Indicate your interest by writing to

Abuja Writers March 2018 Introductory Writing Workshop