Tuesday, 11 July 2017

The 6th Edition Of Conversations With African Writers To Hold In Lagos


Conversations with African writers.
The 6th edition of Literary Crossroads, Nigeria, presents Okey Ndibe and JJ Bola; crossing literary borders of Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Described as an astute and gripping
novelist by The New Yorker Times, the U.S based Nigerian writer, Okey Ndibe will be on a moderated panel discussing and reading from his critically acclaimed oeuvre of
two novels and a memoir: (Arrows of Rain, Foreign Gods, Inc. and Never Look an American in the Eye) alongside JJ Bola, a poet based in the United Kingdom and whose debut novel No Place Call Home published by Own It is still hot off the press.

This session will be moderated by Molara Wood.

Saturday 15 July, 2017 at 12:00 PM
GOETHE-INSTITUT LAGOS
4th Floor, Lagos City Hall
Catholic Mission Street (opposite Holy Cross Cathedral church)
Lagos Island, Lagos

The Literary Crossroads series brings together African writers on the continent and from the Diaspora to discuss contemporary trends and themes in Literature. @gi_nigeria

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