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Reviewer: Ekemini Pius

Ekemini Pius is a student of English and Literature at the University of Calabar, Nigeria. He loves fiction and has published short stories on Afroztar. He is also a recipient of the Calabar Carnival Creative Writing Award and has been shortlisted for the Linda Ayade Creative Writing Prize. He was a Wawa Book Review Young Literary Critics Fellow.
By Ekemini Pius Title: A Good Mourning Author: Ogaga Ifowodo Publisher: Parrésia Publishers Ltd Number of pages: 78 Year of publication: 2016 Category: Poetry A Good Mourning is a great attempt by Ogaga Ifowodo to immortalise people...
By Ekemini Pius Title: The Elders at the Door Author: Maryanne Bester Illustrator: Shayle Bester Publisher: Jacana Media (Pty) Ltd Number of pages: 79 Year of publication: 2017 Category: Children Maryanne Bester’s The Elders at the Door...

Having Doves for Supper

By Ekemini Pius Title: No More the Taming Hawks Author: ’Diran Ademiju-Bepo Publisher: Dynasty Gold Impact Books Number of pages: 79 Year of publication:...

When Systems Fail Us

By Ekemini Pius Title: The Honking Author: Mulumba Ivan Matthias Publisher: Mattville Publishing House Number of pages: 311 Year of publication: 2017 Category: Fiction Set in...

When Things Fall Apart

By Ekemini Pius  Title: Den of Inequities Author: Kinyanjui Kombani Publisher: Longhorn Publishers Number of pages: 188 Year of publication: 2013 Category: Fiction Den of...

Youth: Nigeria’s Fulcrum

By Ekemini Pius  Title: The Audacity of Youth  Author: Tochi Okafor Publisher: Winepress Publishing Number of pages: 122 Year of publication: 2016 Category: Essays Tochi Okafor...

For God and Country

By Ekemini Pius  Title: From the Crevices of Corps Hearts Author: Chinyere Chukwudi-Okeh Publisher: Parrésia Publishers Ltd Number of pages: 148 Year of publication:...

Withering like a Raisin in the Sun

By Ekemini Pius  Title: African Son Author: Wambalye Weikama Publisher: KHAMEL Publishing Number of pages: 193 Year of publication: 2015 Category: Fiction Wambalye Weikama’s African Son is a heart-rending story...

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