ARTICLES

Why Lagos, Nigeria, Is the Cultural Capital We're Heading to Next​  (Condé Nast Traveller)

Classic travel book review: An African in Greenland  (The Times)

More voices for a bigger picture: the benefits of diversity in travel writing (Times Literary Supplement)

15 Travel Books Written by people of Colour  (Condé Nast Traveller)
 

Hilary Mantel discusses The Mirror & The Light  (Times Literary Supplement)H


Baraza Resort review: Zanzibar  (City AM)


Phoebe Waller-Bridge on the creation of Fleabag
  (Times Literary Supplement)

The unexpected consequence of gorilla conservation in Uganda  (City AM) 

Swimming With Sharks: Hillary and Chelsea Clinton discuss their new book, Gutsy Women  (Times Literary Supplement)
 

10 Things Nigeria Does Better Than Anywhere Else  (CNN Travel)

Book review: A Short History of Things Fall Apart  (Times Literary Supplement)

Jumby Bay Hotel Review, Antigua: A luxury hideaway on a former sugar plantation  (City AM)
 

When, if Ever, Is It Unethical to Visit a Country?  (New York Times) 

50 Favourite Places in the UK  (The Guardian)

Valsana Hotel in Switzerland: a geothermally powered Alpine retreat  (City AM Travel)

Working Class Heroine: Michelle Obama at Royal Festival Hall  (Times Literary Supplement)

Dialogue of bodies: a review of Maryse Condé's memoir  (Times Literary Supplement)

LGBT books Documenting Diversity in Nigeria  (Times Literary Supplement)

Republic of Georgia: A land of conquest, casinos and copious wine  (City AM Travel)

The Hidden Wonders of Uzbekistan  (City AM Travel)   

Review of Emily Witt's Nollywood: The Making of a Film Empire  (Times Literary Supplement)

Review of Bram Posthumus's Guinea: Masks, Music & Minerals  (Times Literary Supplement)

Why Dirty Dancing Would Never Be Made Today  (The Guardian)

 

Daring to Dream: a review of Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o's latest books  (Times Literary Supplement)

Playboy cars and pentecostal stars  (Times Literary Supplement)

Bombastic, monochrome and simplistic - and yet I still love Top Gun  (The Guardian)

Review of Nigeria by Richard Bourne  (Prospect)

From Nok to Afrobeat  (Times Literary Supplement)

 

 

A Writer's Tale - a review Of Terri Ochiagha's Achebe & Friends (Times Literary Supplement)

 

 

When literary credos collide  (Financial Times)

 

Boko Haram: Why selfies won’t ‘bring back our girls’   (Prospect)

 

 

What's in a name? Well, the right letters would help  (The Guardian)

 

 

Why The Sound of Music is still genius at 50   (The Guardian)

 

 

There Was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra by Chinua Achebe - a review   (The Guardian)

 

 

Trinidad carnival - the Caribbean's biggest party   (The Guardian)

 

 

Another Man's War by Barnaby Phillips - a review   (Nsibidi Institute)

 

 

Chocolate Nations by Orla Ryan - a review    (Nsibidi Institute)

Paradise Within  (James Murua literary blog)

 

 

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