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#AssociationofNigerianAuthors ANA Review 2015. Editorial Note: A Summing Up By Richard ALI

ANA Literary Review Journal 2015 by Richard AliImage credits: Musa Tukurah [@musatukurah on #Instagram]

[Culled from the Facebook Page of Richard ALI; Accessed on November 13, 2015 @ 2.28 pm]

Editorial Note: A Summing Up By Richard ALI

Note: (ANA Review 2015 will be published on November 13)

Writing this Editorial is a historic undertaking for me, beyond the mere pleasure of it. It commemorates the anniversary of the Association of Nigerian Authors convention at Abuja, four years ago, when I was elected Publicity Secretary [North]. In the last four years, I have crossed this country—from Birnin Kebbi to Port Harcourt to Jos—in the service of Nigerian writing. I have also had my proudly Nigerian passport stamped at Nairobi, Entebbe, Kigali, Paris, Frankfurt and elsewhere in this same service, for which I dedicated my travels official and unofficial.

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#WWNPoetry4Change – Modern Nigerian Poetry: No destination, New direction By Okoduwa Tanko


Note: The following post, written by  (General Secretary, Association of Nigerian Authors, ANA), was culled from http://okoduwatanko.blogspot.ca; It was originally published on August 11, 2015.
As a poet, literary critic and writer, I have never stopped to wonder what might have bored William Wordsworth and his friend Samuel Taylor Coleridge, to demand change and a new direction in poetry in 1798, when he Wordsworth published the first edition of Lyrical Ballad and other poems.

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