This edition welcomes first-hand poetic expressions of women’s ‘glass ceiling’ experiences in our modern society.
Olalekan Daniel Kehinde is the first-place winner of the FEBRUARY / MARCH 2021 edition of the bi-monthly Brigitte Poirson Poetry Contest (BPPC). Akor Agada Nathaniel and Olowo Qudus Opeyemi emerge runner-ups of the contest which awards ₦15,000, ₦10,000, and ₦5,000 for the first, second and third places respectively.
Ayokunle Samuel Betiku, Osho Tunde and Yvonne Nezianya are the winners of the Eriata Oribhabor Poetry Prize (EOPP) 2020. This year’s edition awards ₦100,000 in cash prize to the top three poems.
We are receiving entries for the February / March 2021 edition of the BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST (BPPC). The theme is ‘WHAT WOULD YOUR ANCESTORS SAY?’.
The judges for the N100,000 Eriata Oribhabor Poetry Prize (EOPP) 2020 are S. Su’eddie Vershima Agema, Funke Awodiya, Kolade Olanrewaju Freedom and Jide Badmus.
Inspired by and/or created during the pandemic, the offerings speak for themselves as fragments of individual experiences creatively recorded and freely donated to our collective knowledge.
Oladimeji Adam Adedayo is the winner of the annual Words Rhymes & Rhythm Publishers Albert Jungers Poetry Prize (AJPP) 2020 for his poem COVID-19 themed poem ‘THE DUOPOLY’.
The 6th edition of the annual Words Rhymes and Rhythm (WRR) Publishers’ literary festival — Feast of Words 2020 will hold on Saturday 12th December 2020 with the theme: ‘TOGETHER IN ISOLATION’.
The shortlisted poets for Albert Jungers Poetry Prize (AJPP) 2020 are Akor Agada Nathaniel, Osadolor Williams Osayande, and last 2019 runner-up Oladimeji Adam Adedayo.
Martins Deep, Jamiu Ahmed and Ojo Adewale Iyanda are the winners of the August-September 2020 edition of the bi-monthly Brigitte Poirson Poetry Contest (BPPC).