‘How I started Libretto Magazine’ – Nosakhare Collins | PIN Literary Interviews

Nosakhare Collins founded Libretto Magazine in 2019. Here, he talks to Semilore Kilaso about his activities as a poet, publisher and poetry promoter. Nosakhare Collins…

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‘I try to do something different each time I set to write’ – Ola W. Halim | PIN Literary Interviews

Ola W. Halim won the PIN Food Poetry Contest 2020 with his poem “Garri: ‘67 – ‘70”. In this engaging interview with Semilore Kilaso of…

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‘Social media is a powerful tool for any poet who desires to be heard’ – Martins Deep | PIN Literary Interviews

Martins Deep, a widely anthologized Nigerian poet, is our first guest this year. He responds to questions from Semilore Kilaso on poetry writing, photography, acceptance…

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‘Festival Poetry Calabar is a convergence of happy people’ – Utibe-Eno Ekpuk | PIN Literary Interviews

As the Lead Rep of Poets in Nigeria (PIN) Calabar Connect Centre, Utibe-Eno Ekpuk talks to Semilore Kilaso on poetry promotion in Calabar, the activities…

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‘Poetry is the very essence of our existence as Africans’ – Lake Adedamola | PIN Literary Interviews

Lake Adedamola works in different capacities with literary platforms like Brittle Paper, Lagos International Poetry Festival and Nantygreens to bring poetry to the fore. In…

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‘I always want my work to lead the way’ – Chiwenite Onyekwelu | PIN Literary Interviews

A student of Pharmacy with flair for literary creativity, Chiwenite Onyekwelu talks to Semilore Kilaso of PIN Literary Interviews on poetry writing, Nigerian poetry, literary…

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‘How I Started Nantygreens’ – Feyisayo Adeyemi | PIN Literary Interviews

Feyisayo Adeyemi is Semilore Kilaso’s guest for this edition of PIN Literary Interviews. Here, he talks about Nigerian poetry, founding Nantygreens and promoting literary arts.…

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‘Poetry opens people’s eyes to see beneath the surface.’ – Hinmikaiye Faith | PIN Literary Interviews

Few weeks back, Hinmikaiye Faith won the 3rd edition of PIN Punchy Poetry. Here, she talks to Semilore Kilaso on participating and winning the contest,…

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‘Nigerian Poetry could produce another Nobel Laureate after Soyinka’ – Shitta Faruq | PIN Literary Interviews

Though in his late teens, Shitta Faruq sits with Semilore Kilaso of PIN Literary Interviews for an insightful discourse revolving around his experiences and growth…

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‘It took me 3 weeks to write and master the winning story’ – Ososanya Yetunde | PIN Literary Interviews

Ososanya Yetunde Opeoluwa won the maiden edition of “Storytelling from Yesterday”. As a guest of PIN Literary Interviews, she talks to Semilore Kilaso on storytelling,…

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