EBIDENYEFA’S VULNERABLE CHRONICLES IS A DUALITY OF THE ABUSED AND THE ABUSER – a review by Joseph Omotayo

TITLE: VULNERABLE CHRONICLES AUTHOR: EBIDENYEFA TARILA NIKADE GENRE: PROSE PUBLISHER: Words Rhymes & Rhythm YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2015 PAGES: 144 ISBN: 978-978-947-211-6 REVIEWER: Joseph Omotayo Life is interesting in its multicolored mixtures. There isn’t a single whole to life. Life is a million broken pieces of experiences. Ebidenyefa Tarila Nikade depicts some of these shards of experiences. This… Continue reading EBIDENYEFA’S VULNERABLE CHRONICLES IS A DUALITY OF THE ABUSED AND THE ABUSER – a review by Joseph Omotayo

AKPOVETA’S ‘GORILLA OF THE NIGER DELTA’ PACKS MULTIFARIOUS CONFLICTS IN ONE: a review by Joseph Omotayo

TITLE: GORILLA OF THE NIGER DELTA AUTHOR: AKPOVIRI AKPOVETA PRINCE GENRE: FICTION PUBLISHER: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015 ISBN: 978-1512348422 REVIEWER: Joseph Omotayo Humans are living stories and literature (fiction especially) is a slipcase for them. Gorilla of the Niger Delta draws on the wealth of human lurid issues and you are hooked. This book… Continue reading AKPOVETA’S ‘GORILLA OF THE NIGER DELTA’ PACKS MULTIFARIOUS CONFLICTS IN ONE: a review by Joseph Omotayo

EBIDENYEFA EMPLOYS IMAGES TO STIR, INCITE in ‘THESE WORDS ARE NOT MINE’: a review by Joseph Omotayo

TITLE: THESE WORDS ARE NOT MINE AUTHOR: EBIDENYEFA TARILA NIKADE GENRE: Poetry PUBLISHER: Words Rhymes & Rhythm, 2015 ISBN: 978-978-947-211-6 REVIEWER: Joseph Omotayo I should tell you something about this book ‘THESE WORDS ARE NOT MINE’ before anything else; at a point you will stop reading it, you will be purged, you will react, violently. However… Continue reading EBIDENYEFA EMPLOYS IMAGES TO STIR, INCITE in ‘THESE WORDS ARE NOT MINE’: a review by Joseph Omotayo

ALBERT SERAPHIN’s ‘THE CLARION CALL’: a Review by Joseph Omotayo

TITLE: THE CLARION CALL AUTHOR: ALBERT SERAPHIN GENRE: Poetry PUBLISHER: Words Rhymes & Rhythm, 2015 ISBN: 978-978-947-213-0 REVIEWER: Joseph Omotayo The poems in ‘THE CLARION CALL’ are knitted together. They are tale bearers. Very interesting is how they are looped to form a whole of everything. Almost everything is in this collection. Name them. The poet… Continue reading ALBERT SERAPHIN’s ‘THE CLARION CALL’: a Review by Joseph Omotayo