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  1. My Prayer- A Poem

    Today the ZODML Poetry Corner features a brooding poem by Tofunmi Omowunmi. Do you write? Send your poems, fiction, non fiction, book reviews and opinion pieces to editorial@zodml.org to be featured on our blog! ...

    tofunmi.omowumi - 2014-12-05 17:31

  2. A Peculiar Case of True Love-1

    Nnamdi Ehirim's blog We are pleased to feature a piece by  Nnamdi Ehirim. Are you a writer? Send your short fiction, poetry, opinion pieces and book reviews to  editorial@zodml.org  for a chance to be featured on the ZODML blog.    The church bell ra ...

    Nnamdi Ehirim - 2015-01-08 11:51

  3. At 80, Why Pursue Education Again?

    In the world we live in today, how far you can go in life is often based on the amount of education you have as well as how much you have allowed your education influence your being. It is clear that life is not just about being rich in material things. G ...

    ZODML - 2013-02-28 19:42

  4. On Literary Awards in Nigeria and their Intentions

    Literary awards are geared towards increasing the productivity of writers as well as bringing out the best in them by showing appreciation for work well done. They aim to encourage established writers to hone their craft as well as to inspire more people ...

    ZODML - 2013-02-28 20:02

  5. Literary Lagos: A Guide

    It seems almost impossible to discuss literary culture in Nigeria without recourse to Lagos. Many Nigerian writers such as Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe and Odia Ofeimun have drawn inspiration from the lurid peculiarities of the coastal city in crafting the ...

    ZODML - 2013-02-28 20:08

  6. My Thoughts on Preserving Nigeria’s Indigenous Languages

    Can you speak your native language? This question is a very interesting one in a Nigeria overwhelmed by Western civilization and culture and battling with two strange phenomena: the fluent use of local languages in rural areas and the decline in their use ...

    ZODML - 2013-02-28 20:16

  7. Half of a Yellow Sun and Biyi Bandele: A Match Made in Wartime Hell (and Literary Heaven)

    It is no longer news that Chimamanda Adichie’s novel Half of a Yellow Sun is being adapted for the big screen. The novel, which won the Orange Prize for Fiction, is set during the Nigerian-Biafran War, which claimed the lives of about three million people ...

    ZODML - 2013-02-28 20:27

  8. Mr Governor got it wrong this time – on the proposed N5,000 note

    When Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi came up with new policies after taking over as the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria such as bank reformation and Cash-lite Nigeria, many right-thinking Nigerians welcomed them because of the impact they would have i ...

    ZODML - 2013-02-28 22:16

  9. 2012 and Nigerian Literature: The Year in Review

    Happy New Year! 2012 was a good year for Nigerian literature and we hope to see much more achieved in 2013. This is a look at some of its best books, events and personalities- if we've missed anything, let us know by posting a comment. ...

    ZODML - 2013-02-28 23:06

  10. No Ordinary Love: Romances of Imperial Proportions

    No matter where we might lie on the scale of Valentine's Day enthusiasm- whether holding hands and buying roses or dodging Cupid's arrows- it's hard to resist a compelling love story. Poems, plays and novels capture the essence- both joyful ...

    ZODML - 2013-02-28 23:17

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