A critical look at some of the problematic assumptions that defined African literature during the decades of its inception.
A group of esteemed Nigerian thinkers come together and chat about rapper Falz's take on the viral "This Is..." video meme.
Why is the cultural life of Black Panther's Wakanda so devoid of its own, special brand of artifacts, fashion and language?
There are some who might think that the very premise of Nnedi Okorafor’s novel Lagoon —aliens landing
We’ve seen a sea change in attitudes towards homosexuality by African writers, in part a response to virulent anti-homosexual legislation in key countries.
Nollywood may be, for Wole Soyinka, an “unprepossessing monstrosity” or a sordid “thrill of the grotesque,”
The Nigerian fantasist, D.O. Fagunwa, didn’t think much of realist fiction. How difficult can it be
The videos of the TED Global 2014 lecture series are not out yet. But if the