In order to “promote writers at the earliest stages of their career,” Saraba Magazine is offering 500 dollars, plus a publishing deal for fiction and non-fiction works. Application is currently open until Dec. 19.
We caught up with Emmanuel Iduma, who is the Director of Saraba Trust, to tell us more about the award, what inspired it, and what impact they see it having in the Nigerian literary scene.
CONGRATS ON THE SARABA MANUSCRIPT AWARD. HOW HAS IT BEEN RECEIVED IN THE AFRICAN LITERARY COMMUNITY?
Lekan Osundina holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature from Obafemi Awolowo University. Currently, he is the CEO of Grafiti Creations, a photography firm. In this brief interview, he shares his ideas, dreams and aspirations on photography. Enjoy:
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