‘My capacity to feel is a product of poetry’ – Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu | PIN Literary Interviews

Phenomenal poet and essayist, Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu is our guest for this edition of PIN Literary Interviews. She talks to Semilore Kilaso about her writings,…

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“I can volunteer in many capacities for PIN if called upon again” – Temilade Dorcas Alonge | PIN Literary Interviews

Temilade Dorcas Alonge, who was appointed a social media assistant of PIN a year ago,  will be completing her tenure this month. Semilore Kilaso engages…

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“The future is more likely to meet poetry at the focal point of Nigerian literature” – Ehi-kowochio Ogwiji | PIN Literary Interviews

Semilore Kilaso sits with the first female guest poet of PIN Literary Interviews, Ehi-kowochio Ogwiji, to talk poetry on a multidimensional level. Ehi-kowochio Ogwiji is…

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“I had long forgotten about writing before winning the maiden edition of the On-the-Spot Poetry Writing Contest” – Asadu Emmanuel | PIN Literary Interviews

Semilore Kilaso has Emmanuel Asadu, winner of the maiden edition of the On-the-Spot Poetry Writing Contest, as guest for this edition of PIN Literary Interviews.…

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“I won’t be surprised if the next poetic surge in the country brews from PIN” – Tóbi Samuel | PIN Literary Interviews

Semilore Kilaso returns early for this edition of PIN Literary Interviews for a hearty and witty dialogue with the moderator of PIN 10-Day Poetry Challenge,…

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“Poetry is too dynamic to be narrowed down to a certain style.” — Aremu Adams Adebisi | PIN Literary Interviews

In this edition of PIN Literary Interviews, Semilore Kilaso moderates a poetry-inclined conversation featuring the author of “Trascendence”, Aremu Adams Adebisi.  Aremu Adams Adebisi is a writer,…

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“I see a massive spectrum of light emanating from indigenous poetry.”  – Yusuf Alabi Balogun  | PIN Literary Interviews

Moderator, PIN Interviews, Semilore Kilaso engages Aremo Gemini in a conversation on his artistic endeavours and possibilities of indigenous poetry. Yusuf Alabi Balogun, with the stage name…

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“The future of poetry in Nigeria is full of lights” — Nome Emeka Patrick | PIN Literary Interview

Semilore Kilaso marks her debut as Moderator, PIN Literary Interviews with this interesting conversation, with Nome Chukwuemeka Patrick, a talented Nigerian poet.  Nome Emeka Patrick graduated from…

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Interview with ‘Semilore Kilaso, Author of the Poem “Lullaby of Silence”: Title for New Edition of Anthology of Late Night Blues

‘Semilore Kilaso is a Nigerian-born poet and writer who loves to collect photographs of humans, architecture, wildlife and landscape. When she is not reading books,…

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