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A Woman’s Worth is a transformational journal not just for only women, but for anyone who desires a paradigm shift in the way women see the world. The book is a call on women to be more intentional and resourceful, as it exposes women to their sense of worth and purpose.


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rief is a crime thriller that narrates a young lawyer’s first trial experience, along with his struggles with reclusion and depression amidst being diagnosed with a terminal illness.

The book examines the mental and emotional effects of rape, assault and battery, and the need for victims to seek justice, with a plot and writing style that is both empathetic and imaginative.

The narratives the author shares in the book through the experiences of the characters provide a unique consciousness of terminal illness and the agony some people go through in a bid to survive.


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“…From the way it nudges you into clarity, and explores symbols to magnify the reader’s existence, many qualities make Kàmbílí a succinct and powerful work. Kàmbílí knocks on the door of your heart like an admirer…”
—Shittu Fowora, Poet and Researcher


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“Asika’s Omalinze—a thrilling retelling of Sophocles’ Antigone—is one of a kind. A story of love, war, and pride told with charm and grace, Omalinze reaffirms our interconnectedness with the gods who make a show of our existence. This play is a piece to be treasured”. – Professor Rems Umeasiegbu.

₦ 2,500

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This is a truly enjoyable, multi-sided, original volume of poems, spanning ages, spaces and ideas. The volume, a debut I imagine, is experimental, technically alluring and highly promising. I trust that this Plantain Tree will grow into a huge Iroko, in due course.’

Prof. Olu Obafemi, FNAL, NNOM

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Homecoming chronicles the life of Nwakibe, a retired head teacher and catechist, who embarks on a mission to find his missing son. It also follows Johnson, a writer, in search of a story for his new book. It is a story of quest, love, discovery, and how what one finds in life is capable of slipping through one’s hands.

₦ 2,500

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In “When Ravens Become Flowers,” there is a lot of mirth and singing to celebrate the verses. Themes such as despair, trauma, loss, and grief are all present in the collection. The poems in this book demonstrate the fluid spectrum of human emotions, such as uncertainty, which leads to pain and misery, till they become triggers of anxiety. We also see the social effect of bigotry and institutionalized prejudice, which is often designed to silence us.

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Being the opara of the family, Kingsley Ibe is entitled to certain privileges–a piece of meat in his egusi soup, a party to celebrate his graduation from university. As first son, he has responsibilities, too. But times are bad in Nigeria, and life is hard. Unable to find work, Kingsley cannot take on the duty of training his younger siblings, nor can he provide his parents with financial peace in their retirement. And then there is Ola. Dear, sweet Ola, the sugar in Kingsley’s tea. It does not seem to matter that he loves her deeply; he cannot afford her bride price.

₦ 7,000

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A mythic tale of disgruntled gods, revenge, and a heist across two worlds, perfect for fans of Nnedi Okorafor, Neil Gaiman, Marlon James, and Karen Lord

₦ 7,500

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Small by Small

As he works his way through his medical training, Ike Anya’s grandmother reassures him, Everything worthwhile is achieved small by small.

Ike’s story charts the triumphs and failures of his student days through to his first demanding year as a house officer. A medical memoir unlike any from the West, this is filled with the colour and vibrancy of tempestuous 1990s Nigeria, where political unrest, social change and a worsening economy make a doctor’s life particularly challenging.

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Graph of Love

“The Graph of Love” is a collection of poems that attempts to unveil new layers to identity and language via the intersection of love, or the brief absence of it. The author/poet tries to create new worlds of relief and self-rediscovery in and around the throbbing graph of love and the troubling field of loss expressed through the molten magma that is grief. The lyrically prosaic poems are storied songs of affectation (or sorrow), the metamorphosis of self – occasioned by the near-perfect clash of love and loss. Hence, the author digs into the sweetly untapped treasury that is nothing, the fickleness that is something and the final emptiness that can be everything. The collection celebrates Africanness, motherhood, womxn, family and the gift of memory.

₦ 5,500

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