Q&A with Otosirieze Obi-Young on Enter Naija, Emerging Writers and Provincialism, in Bakwa Magazine, by Uzoma Ihejirika (Nov. 2016)

On Homophobia, Pop Culture, and the Origin of Misogyny: A Dialogue with Otosirieze Obi-Young, in Africa in Dialogue, by Gaamangwe Joy Mogami (July 2017)

Conversations…with Otosirieze Obi-Young, in SPRINNG, by Kanyinsola Olorunninsola (Aug. 2017)

Otosirieze Obi-Young: by Geoff Ryman, “100 African Writers of SFF—Part Nine: The Ake Festival (The Editors),” in Strange Horizons (conducted in Nov. 2017)

Nostalgia, Stories, and Solidarity, in New England Review of Books, by Chukwuebuka Ibeh (Feb. 2018, first published in Dwartonline in 2016)

Eight Nigerian Authors Discuss Nigeria’s Literary Culture, in Dazed Digital, by Will Bedingfield (April 2018)


House of Rainbow: The New Pink Line Dividing the World, in The Guardian UK, by Mark Gevisser (March 2018). Also published in Griffiths Review as House of Rainbow: LGBT Rights Balanced on the Pink Line

Nigeria’s First Gay Memoir Is an Essential Primer on the Real Experiences of LGBT Africans, in OkayAfrica, by Ashley Okwuosa (June 2018)


Otosirieze joins Gerald Kraak Prize and Anthology judging panel, in The Reading List (September 2018)

Brittle Paper Deputy Editor Otosirieze Signs with Booker Prize-Famed Literary Agency, in Brittle Paper (April 2018)

21 Best African Writers of the New Generation, in Woke Africa (March 2018)

Announcing the Shortlist for the 2016 Gerald Kraak Award for African Writers and Artists, in (Dec. 2016)

Miles Morland Writing Scholarship Shortlist 2016, in (Nov. 2016)

Jollof Rice Wars, Culture Appropriation, and the Ugly Heart of the Other’s Darkness, in Enkare Review, by Ikhide R. Ikheloa (Nov. 2016)




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