Nollywood Goes Back In Time With Lotanna Movie Premiere, See Photos

A themed party is always one party to look forward to as it tests the creativity of celebrities, putting their stylists to work to ensure they come out looking like a million of bucks  meaning, they have to stand out. That was how the movie premiere for Lotanna which took place on Saturday,  8th of…

#FashionFriday: Wana Sambo Releases Her #WSEdit With Beverly Naya

First it was Adesua Etomi, and now Beverly Naya. Guess Wana Sambo has something special for Nollywood, but the truth is, you would not fault anyone for staring at this collection longer than expected because it is plenty shades of gorge! What I love the most about this collection is the dialogue and how the…

Throwback Thursday: Who Misses “Tales By Moonlight”?

While this might not be the origin of Nollywood or story telling in Nigeria, I think this formed a major part of story telling in the African culture… truth is, this is the origin of story telling for Africans, maybe for the world, but we all know Linorajj is a sucker for Africa, so yes, this…

Photos from The wedding Party Premiere 

The wedding party Premiere was a blast and as elegant as possible. But what would you expect from a movie that involves Ebonylifetv and Mo’ Abudu. On entering the event, I thought I stumbled on someone’s wedding at night. .. well not really,it was a movie premiere. The ushers were dressed in bridal train attires,…

Nnedinma Okoroafor’s Binti Wins Best Novella Category In Hugo Award!

After sharing this photo on social media We are delighted to share that Nnedi Okorafor’s Binti has just been named a Hugo award winner in the best novella category. The Hugo awards are given annually to highlight the best science fiction works of the previous year. Unlike Binti’s previous Nebula award, the Hugo awards are voted for…

Come Hangout With Efe Paul Azino & Igoni Barrett!

Mainland BookCafe in collaboration with Farafina will be hosting two award-winnning writers A. Igoni Barrett and Efe Paul Azino. on  Sunday, 31 July. The authors will be reading from and discussing their works, including their latest books, Blackass (by A. Igoni Barrett) and For Broken Men Who Cross Often (by Efe Paul Azino).  There will be conversations, question-and-answer and spoken word…

Royal African Society Presents Africa Writes 2016

Royal African Society presents Africa Writes 2016, an annual literature and book festival to showcase established and emerging talents from the African continent and its diaspora in what is now the UK’s biggest celebration of contemporary African writing taking place over an exciting summer weekend. The festival features book launches, readings, author appearances, panel discussions,…

Call For Submission! Mashup 2.0

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Mainland BookCafe is calling on the attention of writers to submit their fictional creative pieces for the Mashup 2.0. Submission Guidelines -Fiction should not be more than 3000 words original writing, along with a short biographical statement (100 words max). -Poetry should be original and properly formatted, along with a…

BORDERS WITHIN 2016: THE TRANS-NIGERIAN ROAD TRIP, MAY 12- JUNE 26 2016:

Hundred years after the northern and southern Nigerian protectorates was amalgamated into a single British colony, the remarkable diversity of the country remains apparent. In 2016, Invisible Borders will aim to map this diversity through a road trip across Nigeria; hoping, as a result, to underscore the borders that are both inscribed and elusive within…