Book Reviews
Ero-poetics and the Quest for Metaphor: A critical review of Jide Badmus’ Paradox of Little Fires By Nket Godwin 

Nket Godwin is a poet, critic, essayist and teacher. His works have been published in both online and print magazines and anthologies. In a time when the thematic preoccupation of Nigerian (and by extension African) literature is trying towean itself from the more overt disillusionment…

A Review of Eriata Oribhabor’s Mek We Yan 
An Orchestral Performance of Love Hymns: A Review of How To Fall In Love 
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
Ero-poetics and the Quest for Metaphor: A critical review of Jide Badmus’ Paradox of Little Fires By Nket Godwin 

Nket Godwin is a poet, critic, essayist and teacher. His works have been published in both online and print magazines and anthologies. In a time when the thematic preoccupation of Nigerian (and by extension African) literature is trying towean itself from the more overt disillusionment…

A Review of Eriata Oribhabor’s Mek We Yan 
An Orchestral Performance of Love Hymns: A Review of How To Fall In Love 
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 

Subscribe

About Us

About Us

EBOquills is a literary platform, which aside from promoting African Literature, seeks to be a clinic for creatives and a spa for stressed and distressed artists. We want to take hundreds of writers from the shadows and place them in the spotlight. Because we know that writing is a sojourn on a long lonely lane and it is difficult to stay sane with overdoses of silence and solitude. This is why we want to walk willing writers down this lane, offer pieces of advice, churn out writing prompts and simply be a reliable support system.

Learn more

The Maps In The Eyes of a School Boy


Warning: Trying to access array offset on value of type null in /home/fidesshe/public_html/wp-content/themes/eboquills/inc/elements/empty-space.php on line 88

Recent Posts

Contributors

One Poem By Ayiyi Joel 

Ayiyi Joel is a 19-year-old poet from Edo state in Nigeria. He has works published/forthcoming on Synchronized chaos, cathartic lit, The Beatnik cowboy, poemify, Nnoko stories, and elsewhere. Boys are tender too Again  Another star  Fell from the sky. At the college hostel. A body…

Contributors

Two Poems By Olalekan Hussein 

OLALEKAN HUSSEIN, NGP VI is an emerging poet who writes from Lagos, Nigeria, where he studies in the Arabic/Islamic institution, Darul Falah. Autopsy for Dead Flowers What name do I give everything around me that got swept by a grasping air after telling God not…

Load more

Subscribe

Facebook

[custom-facebook-feed feed=1]

Instagram

[instagram-feed]

Twitter

[custom-twitter-feeds]