On April 3rd 2016, I finished reading a book called Quiet – The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain. I am able to recall this date exactly, not because I have great memory, but because moments after finishing the book, I wrote a grateful email to the therapist […]
Poet Mourid Barghouti’s prize-winning novel, I Saw Ramallah is a thought-provoking chronicle of displacement. In it, the author tells the story of his return to his birthplace of Dier Ghassanah, in Ramallah, Palestine, after a protracted exile of over thirty years.
Hi guys! For those of you who don’t already know, I’m back in Nigeria once again, on a brief visit. The poetry duo of The Duet, is reunited once more – and we bring good tidings. Our book has been selected by the National Association of Theatre Arts Practitioners (NANTAP), to be staged again at […]
Recently I’ve had trouble reading any book to completion. I tend to start and stop like this car, and I feel about the same way about it. I can’t honestly remember how I acquired Running Lean, but it’s been in my iPad library for ages. A brief reading has shown it to be about a business […]
Early last month (or perhaps the month before), to help an acquaintance on DeviantArt, I picked up a book that had been sitting around my apartment. It was called The History of the Yorubas, and I had bought it the last time I was in Nigeria, thinking that it was the sort of thing I ought […]