Book Reviews / Articles

Gambit. Newer African Writing – Emmanuel Iduma & Shaun Randol (Eds.) | A Review by Gilbert Braspenning

A Gambit is a first move in a game, mostly chess. And, this anthology of lovely stories is published as a first move, a trigger for writers and editors to publish more of its kind. A trigger also to show the literary world how beautiful Africa’s literature at its best could look like. In the […]

Achebe and Friends at Umuahia: The Making of a Literary Elite – Terri Ochiagha | A Review by Sola Adeyemi

Known by several names in its nearly a century as a centre of building character and developing intellect, including Primus Inter Pares among all Government Colleges in Nigeria and ‘The Eton of the East’, Government College Umuahia (GCU) has been one of the more important secondary schools in Nigeria. Founded as a teacher training institution […]