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Call For Submissions: African futurism!

  Nnedi Okorafor defines Africanfuturism as “a sub-category of science fiction that is similar to ‘Afrofuturism’ but more deeply rooted in African culture, history, mythology, and point-of-view as it then branches into the Black diaspora, and it does not privilege or center the West.”  Here at TVO TRIBE, We believe Africanfuturism transcends science fiction. We …

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Call for Submissions!

TVO TRIBE presents an open call for articles, poems, personal accounts, photos, etc on the community’s theme for March:

GERONTOCRACY IN AFRICA

This is to give African creatives the opportunity to express themselves about the recent turn of events in the African political space. All contributors are therefore required to submit works that relate to this theme.

Why Literary Organisations Ask For Previously Unpublished Entries

A number of people still view publications from the stand point of what it was some years back when the only thing considered as published are those ones put down in black and white as hard copies. This would still remain the truth in the absence of evolving technology.The evolution of technology has undeniably changed …

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Poet Laureate Interviews 2020: Meet Salim Yunusa

Tell us more about you? Salim Yunusa is a content creator, a bilingual writer and translator. He’s the founder of the literary organization, Poetic Wednesdays Initiative and a Co-Founder of a national NGO, Project Grassroots Nigeria (PGN). He graduated from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria with a Bachelor’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning. He’s pursuing …

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Poet Laureate Interviews 2020: Meet Uche Balogun

Tell us more about you? I’m currently a student of the Nigerian Law School; I’m a book reviewer and a creative writer. I am also a volunteer. Not so fun fact: I’m shortsighted and can be very cynical. How long have you been writing for? I’ve been writing since primary school. I found some things …

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Poet Laureate Interviews 2020: Meet Esther Mbabie

• Tell us more about you? I am a final year student at the University of Ibadan. I am also a radio presenter for both English and Pidgin programs, a content creator, a creative writer, a Spoken word artist, and a passionate volunteer. I am passionate about God and people, especially children. I am the …

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Poet Laureate Interviews 2020: Meet Ogunkeye Tobi

• Tell us more about you? I’m a simple, quiet, and collected person; my hands and brain speak more than my mouth does. • How long have you been writing for? About 8 or 9 years now. I started with prose, now I’m basically into poetry. I am looking forward to simulating the three forms …

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Poet Laureate Interviews 2020: Meet Azeeza Adeowu

• Tell us more about you?  I am a graduate of Biochemistry and I think I’m as passionate about science as I am about literature. • For how long have you been writing? I’ve been writing since my primary school days, lol. There’s a composition I wrote then that my father still makes reference to. …

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