Non-Fiction

Non-Fiction

    Making Futures £9.99£16.99
    This collection tells the story of an emerging Africa, through the eyes of some of the youngest and most promising African entrepreneurs. Charting the stories of 17 entrepreneurs working in
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    Be(com)ing Nigerian: A Guide £9.99
    Nigeria Pub Date: 6th February 2019 UK Pub Date: July 2019  “The Nigerian god loves money. Because money answereth all things. You know how Nigeria is, things may be difficult, but
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    She Called Me Woman
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    “We decided to put together this collection of thirty narratives to correct the invisibility, the confusion, the caricaturising and the writing out of history.” This stirring and intimate collection brings
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    Longthroat Memoirs £12.99
      WINNER – JOHN AVERY AWARD, THE ANDRE SIMON FOOD & DRINK BOOK AWARDS 2016 “One of the most enduring myths on the Nigerian Femme Fatale -  mammy-water, ‘winch’ or
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    Highlife Giants
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    'Highlife is the only music in this country that has stood and will continue to stand the test of time.’ - Victor Olaiya As West Africa’s oldest form of popular
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    Safe House £12.99
    In a collection of creative essays that ranges from travel writing and memoir to reportage, Ellah Wakatama Allfrey brings together some of the most talented writers of creative nonfiction from
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    Lagos: City of the Imagination
    “I don't think you can be in Lagos without becoming aware of its potency; when Lagos gets itself organised it will be extremely powerful; and already – without organisation –
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    Fela: This Bitch of A Life
    Fela: This Bitch of a Life was first published in 1982. The new version, published by Cassava Republic, includes remarkable never-before-seen content: a Preface by renowned Brazilian musician and statesman Gilberto
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    Space
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    In celebration of contemporary art across the continent, an exhibition – SPace – was held in Jo’burg in July 2010. SPace featured 25 artists, 4 art collectives and 6 writers
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    Soldiers Of Fortune
    “This book is the story of Nigeria’s political journey between January 1, 1984 and August 27, 1993. This is the story of how things fell apart.” The years between 1984
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    A Stranger’s Pose £9.99
    A Stranger’s Pose is an evocative and mesmerising account of travels across different African cities. With lyrical and absorbing prose, Emmanuel invites the reader to share in his travels, and
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