Book Reviews
Surrealism and a Harvest of Ekphrastic Poetry: A Review of Sidi’s  Like Butterflies Scattered About By Art Rascals  

Whether we categorize this collection as a dissection of artwork, a sublimation of paintings or both the thoughts etched into canvases and those left on a palette, we would not be wrong. Umar Abubakar Sidi has very well proven that he wields the ability to…

A Review of Buchi Emecheta’s The Joys of Motherhood 
You Should Read Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns 
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A Review of Eriata Oribhabor’s Mek We Yan 

Mek We Yan (Notes for Naija Pidgin & English Language) by Eriata Oribhabor is a 63 paged book, published by Something for Everybody Ventures (SFEV) in the year 2020. I was torn between writing this review in the English Language or the Naija pidgin language…

An Orchestral Performance of Love Hymns: A Review of How To Fall In Love 
ASHES OF ORANGE DREAMS By Franklyn Orode: A Review 
Book Reviews
Surrealism and a Harvest of Ekphrastic Poetry: A Review of Sidi’s  Like Butterflies Scattered About By Art Rascals  

Whether we categorize this collection as a dissection of artwork, a sublimation of paintings or both the thoughts etched into canvases and those left on a palette, we would not be wrong. Umar Abubakar Sidi has very well proven that he wields the ability to…

A Review of Buchi Emecheta’s The Joys of Motherhood 
You Should Read Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns 
Book Reviews
A Review of Eriata Oribhabor’s Mek We Yan 

Mek We Yan (Notes for Naija Pidgin & English Language) by Eriata Oribhabor is a 63 paged book, published by Something for Everybody Ventures (SFEV) in the year 2020. I was torn between writing this review in the English Language or the Naija pidgin language…

An Orchestral Performance of Love Hymns: A Review of How To Fall In Love 
ASHES OF ORANGE DREAMS By Franklyn Orode: A Review 

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