WRITING & JOURNALISM

A. JOURNALISM

Open Country Mag (Dec. 2020 -)

Mark Gevisser’s Long Mission of Queer Visibility, Mar. 19, 2021

Hannah Chukwu’s Call to Help Uplift Unheard Voices, Feb. 5, 2021

With Novels & Images, Maaza Mengiste Is Reframing Ethiopian History, Jan. 16, 2021

How Tsitsi Dangarembga, with Her Trilogy of Zimbabwe, Overcame, Dec. 30, 2020

Nigerian Literature Needed Editors. Two Women Stepped in To Groom Them., Dec. 26, 2020

Folio Nigeria (May 2020 – May 2021)

How OyaNow Impacted the Delivery Business in Nigeria, Feb. 16, 2021

Nigeria’s New Wave of Experimental Metal Sculptors, Nov. 21, 2020

Out of a Lagos Street Boxing Academy, Big Dreams & a Child Star, Oct. 30, 2020

A Musical Dynasty Consolidates Its Legacy, on Yeni Kuti and Fela’s family, Oct. 5, 2020

Nigerian FX Makeup, Newly Viral, Seeks a Global Stage, Sept. 25, 2020.

Artist of Spoons, on a sculptor working with cutlery, Sept. 16, 2020

In Nigeria, Investigative Journalism Finds Culture Impact, on Kiki Mordi’s reporting on BBC’s Sex for Grades documentary, Aug. 28, 2020

In the Age of Afrobeats, a New Sound for Highlife, on The Cavemen.’s highlife fusion and new album ROOTS, Aug. 21, 2020

The Women Weavers of Akwete, Aug. 15, 2020

A Nigerian Tech Company takes on the Gender Gap, Jul. 31, 2020

The Making of Ńdébé, an Indigenous Script for the Igbo Language, Jul. 24, 2020

A Nigerian Comic Series Builds on History, Jul. 17, 2020

For 60 Years, Three Generations of Caterers Have Perfected Ofe Onugbu, Jul. 10, 2020

Making Space for Survivors, on Ayodeji Oluwaseun Osowobi’s work with Stand to End Rape Intiative, Jul. 3, 2020

Her Diagnosis Alerted a Country of 200 Million, on Dr. Amara Karen Allison who discovered Nigeria’s first COVID-19 case, Jun. 26, 2020

From MS Word to Blockchain, Visual Artist on New Grounds, Jun. 19, 2020

A 17-Year-Old Nigerian Artist Using Charcoal for Hyper-realistic Portraits, Jun. 12, 2020

Photographers Come Together to Create Mental Health Awareness, Jun. 12, 2020

How Taaooma’s Family Comedy Skits Made Her a Social Media Phenomenon, Jun. 5, 2020

Intissar Bashir-Kurfi Is Collecting Nylon to Save the Environment, Jun. 5, 2020

How COVID-19 Helped Make Instagram Live Central to Culture in Nigeria, May 18, 2020

Brittle Paper (Nov. 2016 – Apr. 2020)

How Short Story Day Africa Became the Continent’s Most Important Institution for Short Fiction, Jun. 2018

B. PERSONAL WRITING

Manuscripts

A collection of nine short stories set in Nigeria, most of them in Nsukka and Aba, and two partly in Akure and Lagos.

A novel set mostly in eastern Nigeria.

Short Stories

You Sing of a Longing, in Pride and Prejudice: African Perspectives on Gender, Social Justice, and Sexuality, May 2017; available on my blog, Jun. 2020

Mulumba, in The Threepenny Review, Issue 145, Spring 2016 (Mar.); available on my blog, Aug. 2019

A Sheltered Life, excerpted from a longer story, in 14, Vol. 2: The Inward Gaze, Jan. 2018

A Tenderer Blessing, in Transition, Issue 118: We Can Be Lightning, Sept. 2015; was available on Brittle Paper, Jun. 2017; withdrawn, Apr. 2020

Creative Nonfiction & Essays

A Letter from Nigeria About Coping with COVID, Zocalo, Jun. 2020

The Flat, YNaija, Jun. 2020

Man, Feminist, in Praxis Magazine’s International Women’s Day Anthology, Oct. 2017

Queer Literature in Africa Is Not a Trend, Has Always Existed, Nov. 2017

The Coo of a Blue-Plumed Bird, Koroba, Dec. 2016

The Lion in Harmattan, Brittle Paper, Nov. 2016, withdrawn Apr. 2020

Imperialism-in-Artistry: Why Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize Win Proves Adichie Is Right About Beyonce, Oct. 2016

Half of a Yellow Sun: A Decade On, Jun. 2016

C. BOOK INTRODUCTIONS

Foreword, The Heart of the Matter: The Gerald Kraak Prize Anthology Vol. III, Jun. 2019

Do You Feel Me?, The Vanguard Book of Love Stories, Feb. 2019

The Confessional Generation, Selves: An Afro Anthology of Creative Nonfiction, Feb. 2018

Foreword, Stanley McDaniels’ poetry chapbook Entrapment, Oct. 2017

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