African media give undue relevance, privilege and recognition to works by Africans produced in the West while conveniently overlooking the exact same works available in the country.
Cassava Republic Press has acquired ‘A Stranger’s Pose,’ a narrative non-fiction by writer Emmanuel Iduma, about his travels across a number of African cities. A Stranger’s Pose will be published in Autumn 2018, with a Foreword by writer and
On 23rd April 2018, thousands of books will be given out across the UK on World Book Night. Now an annual celebration of reading and books, World Book Night was established in 2011 as a means of encouraging more adults to read.
In a tweet chat with YNaija, Azeenarh Mohammed, Chitra Nagarajan, and Rafeeat Aliyu, editors of She Called Me Woman: Nigeria’s Queer Women Speak, spoke extensively on their experience of editing the book, interviewing the narrators and the struggles of queer
Today on International Women’s Day at Cassava Republic Press, we celebrate and pay homage to women in publishing; women who work hard behind the scenes as agents, publishers, editors, publicists, bloggers, booksellers and designers to help realise the dreams of
Of course, we are excited about Lagos Noir and we thought we would whet your appetite with 10 Lagos books. Whether it is your favourite Nigerian playground or your most fearful, let us take you on a literary tour across
Cassava Republic is delighted to announce that Sarah Ladipo Manyika’s novel ‘Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun’ has been shortlisted for the 2016 Goldsmiths Prize.