What’s Up? Cassava Children’s ’22

Cassava Republic Press Brings Nigeria’s Major Languages to Children’s Literature  Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba Set [...]

Women of the Past, Women of Freedom

Women as thought leaders in fights for freedom and as community organisers is not new. [...]

2022: Two Months, Four Books

In just two months, we have published four very different but wonderful books for readers [...]

Black Woman Writing: Sacred & Sensational

“No black woman writer in this culture can write ‘too much’. Indeed, no woman writer [...]

Grief as a Companion

“Disbelief becomes my close companion, and anger follows in its wake.”- Maya Angelou Grief is [...]

Non Fiction November: Reading Africa’s History

November is non-fiction month. This month, we want to take a look at how the [...]

On Mental Health and Masculinity

How we talk about mental health and masculinity matters. It’s not singular but manifests in [...]

When Books and Drinks Collide

This UK Black History Month, we thought we’d serve up some book and drink pairings [...]

Wild Imperfections: Womanist Poems, Anthology

Featuring the work of Black women poets from Botswana to Brazil, in Wild Imperfections, we [...]

10 Books for Young Readers

The transformative power of books is undeniable. It is a space for education, transformation, development [...]