In the Times last week. I discovered it through this blog entry from Naijaman.
nice article by habila. Oyeyemi though doesnt identity with herself as african though, and should fall into the first group, in my opinion
as writer myself who happens to be Nigerian, this was a wonderful article to read. It's encouraging to remember that my generations of Nigerians are reveling in their ceativity. I am one of those Nigerians who was born "outside" and mostly know the country from family trips, relatives and a short stint attending Corono School, Ikoyi as a child.
great article by Habila. I really like the fact that this generation of Nigerian writers are committed to making their work available in Nigeria and doing writing workshop in Nigeria. I can't wait for his second book to come out in Nigeria. Jeremy when is Cassava Republic bring it out?
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