Abibiman Publishing

Abibiman Publishing is a publishing venture co-created in 2020 by Chudi Igweonu and Onyeka Nwelue and headquartered in London, United Kingdom

It is headed by Uzor Maxim Uzoatu as Publishing and Editorial Director and American writer, Obi Odenigbo as Senior Commissioning Editor and Uzoma Nduka as Executive Editor.

Earl Lovelace Short Fiction

The Earl Lovelace Short Fiction Prize.

A short fiction prize, in honour of the most important writer from the Caribbean, Earl Lovelace. Established by Nigerian writer and publisher, Onyeka Nwelue. Administered by @abibimanpublishing.

Books

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A MILLION BULLETS AND A ROSE

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A TROUBLED LIFE

Publication Date: January 31st, 2022

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WOLE SOYINKA, ENCOUNTERS WITH THE GREAT MAVERICK

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THE MISSING LINK

Publication Date: Thursday 11 August 2022

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The Strangers of Braamfontein

Out on August 26th, 2021

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Vaults of Secrets

Publication Date: Thursday 11 August 2022

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Blog

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Abibiman Publishing launches with African and Caribbean focus

Abibiman Publishing, a UK-based publisher focused on writing from Africa and the Caribbean, has launched, vowing to "change the narrative".

The press will publish fiction, non-fiction and poetry....

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CEO Pelagie Okorie on leave to pursue her PhD in the UK

A UK-based pro-Africa publishing firm, Abibiman Publishing, has named Pelagie Ijeoma Okorie as its Chief Executive Officer.

Pelagie Ijeoma Okorie is a PhD Candidate in public health epidemiology ...

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James Currey Society, Writing and Publishing Workshop, African Studies Centre, University of Oxford, Jan-Feb 2022

If we stand tall it is because we stand on the shoulders of many ancestors – African Proverb

The James Currey Society, in cooperation with University of Oxford’s African Studies Centre, is pr...

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Literature in Nigeria - Interview with Wole Soyinka

**Nigerian writer and Nobel Prize laureate Wole Soyinka is one of the most important partners of Project "Cassandra". In this interview he answers some questions about the state of literature and th...

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Nigeria LNG, Prof Adimora-Ezigbo and Nigeria Prize for Literature

By Prisca Sam-Duru

Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Lagos, Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo, has been appointed as the chairperson of the Advisory Board for the Nigeria Prize for Litera...

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Six shortlisted for the 2022 Earl Lovelace Short Fiction Prize

JUDGES for the 2022 Earl Lovelace Short Fiction Prize have released a shortlist of six for the contest, according to the promoters of the project.

The shortlisted are Raphael Adebayo, ‘A Lega...

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“The West is Running Out of Stories,” say Africans

By Saskia Vogel

“The West is running out of stories. Africa has in the part largely been insular, so Africa remains the most fertile place to get unusual stories,” said Richard Ali of Parrésia Pu...

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Time to enthusiastically celebrate Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o‘s legacy

By Onyeka Nwelue

NGUGI wa Thiong’o. The name itself is magical. Peculiar tone markers, an apostrophe in an unusual place, distinct from where you’d find it in those Irish names that users...

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UK Writer-activist, Nwelue, now Visiting Fellow at Oxford

NIGERIAN writer and filmmaker, Onyeka Nwelue, has been appointed a Visiting Fellow at the African Studies Centre, at the University of Oxford.

Dr. David Pratten, the Director of the African Studi...

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Wole Soyinka speaking his peace for Abibiman

Wole Soyinka speaking his peace for Abibiman (his preferred name for Africa) at the FESTAC Colloquium. (Video is courtesy of the Centre for Black Arts and Civilizations in Lagos).

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