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AkeArts&BookFestival
Organised by . dates: 24- 27 Oct 2019. Lit, art, theatre, film, dance, poetry, bookchats, panels celebrating African thought & creativity
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jul 21
Replying to @AyodejiOsowobi
Pele, love.
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jul 17
It is 100 days to the 7th edition of the Ake Arts & Book Festival! Director of the Festival () discusses this year's theme, the venue and some of the guests who will be joining us.
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jul 16
The scoop on . 24-27 October 2019 Alliance Francaise, Lagos | Mike Adenuga Centre, Ikoyi, Lagos.
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Jolly Zaddy Jul 9
Oh yes. That your favourite collection was inspired by some songs.
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jul 9
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BRITTLE PAPER Jul 8
The 2019 Miles Morland Writing Scholarships Now Open for Applications | See Previous Winners' Proposals via @
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The Caine Prize for African Writing Jul 8
Which exceptional story will win this year's Caine Prize for African Writing? Find out tonight here!
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jun 19
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All entries must be original and unpublished and should be submitted via editor@akefestival.org Deadline is Monday, 8th July 2019. We look forward to receiving your brilliant entries. Please see flyer for more details. Good luck!
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jun 19
Calling all poets, artists and authors! We are delighted to announce a call for submissions for entries for the 2019 edition of our annual journal, Ake review.
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TEDxMurtalaSquare Mar 10
Maryam Bukar Hassan, a.k.a AlhanIslam, is a poet and an exponent of the spoken word, who has performed at major festivals and events including the & . she is a renowned motivational speaker, and also an active core member of the creative clan.
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Africa in Words Jul 3
Ake Review 2019 wants your prose/poetry/art Send in submissions by 8 July!  
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jun 30
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Happy 🌈
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jun 30
Thank you, ! We can’t wait to see you both at .
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jun 30
Replying to @victorsozaboy
Stunning!!
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Ouida Books Jun 29
SCIENCE FICTION SATURDAY Our spotlight today is on books that tell fictional stories weaved with scientific theories and/or events that are guaranteed to take you on sn ecstatic journey.
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Mona Eltahawy Jun 29
Look and : and I had an Aké reunion at the Reading the African Diaspora Festival in Harlem today!
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Hadiza Isma El-Rufai Jun 20
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Royal Society of Literature Jun 19
On we celebrate Virginia Woolf's work. 90 years after A Room of One's Own we've asked writers today what they need to work. As well as events throughout the day, we're publishing new writing from RSL Fellows and launching our report.1/4
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tólù daniel Jun 19
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AkeArts&BookFestival Jun 19
Replying to @akefestival
All entries must be original and unpublished and should be submitted via editor@akefestival.org Deadline is Monday, 8th July 2019. We look forward to receiving your brilliant entries. Please see flyer for more details. Good luck!
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