TWC Prose Workshop in Nsukka

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In December, I was at The Writers’ Community (TWC) in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka for a prose workshop. It was where we started: Arinze Ifeakandu, Chisom Okafor, Ebenezer Agu, Osinachi, Michael Umoh, Uzoma Ihejirika, Festus Iyorah, Adaeze Nwadike, Pius Ifechukwu. Without TWC, there might be no me in the way that I am. I left in 2014 when I graduated, and four years on, it gives me unusual joy to find promise in the present members.

I might be doing more workshops this year.

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2 thoughts on “TWC Prose Workshop in Nsukka”

  1. I can’t imagine what I missed, there won’t be another missed opportunity this time, I can sure see to that. Meanwhile I understand it’s still under some levels of uncertainty, but I choose to be on the optimistic edge. I can’t wait to attend your workshop.
    I know Nigerians have their way with unsolicited advice, but this isn’t one of them, a plea should be close to the right term. ” I will be doing more workshop this year” rather than ” I might be doing more workshop this year”.
    Okay that’s likely a bad joke, just one of my failed attempt at humor.
    Sir! Am really anticipating to be part of your workshop this year.

  2. Hello Chibuike. Funny there. The workshop will happen, most likely in Nsukka. When it does, you in particular will get an invitation.
    Best of luck in your writing.

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