Raphael James is indeed a very vibrant and most engaging personality; one that you will call a man of many parts. Amongst others, his passion spans areas like zoo-keeping, women’s development, travel and the environment. But what excites us...
   Book review   Author: Vincent Chiedu Title: 100 things Jesus did not say Pages: 382 Publisher: Xulon Press Year: 2015 Reviewer: Ada Anioji   In the Holy Bible, a warning is given to all who would use and read the bible and notably those who are Christian: do...
Book Review   Title: God has a sense of humour Pages: 144 Publisher: AuthorHouse Year: 2014 Reviewer: Timeyin Mammah   Ebi Akpeti is the author of Castrated, Growing Pains and The Perfect Church. In her latest book, God has a sense of humour, she combines seven short...
After a waiting period, renowned actuary and former Chairman of Punch Newspapers Chief Ajibola Ogunshola will chair the formal presentation today of a study of media leadership produced by a media scholar at the Pan Atlantic University. The Special Adviser...
Teen author, Oluebube Sharon James has been nominated for the Kwame Nkrumah Pan-African (Young Author) Meritorious Award. The daughter of the media practicioner, librarian and reading promoter, Raphael James - who runs a free-to-use public library at Idimu, Lagos - the...
The launch of a new book, Voices from within, essays in honour of one of the doyens of the journalism profession in Nigeria, Mr. Sam Amuka-Pemu which took place today at the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Victoria Island,...
The Association of Nigerian Authors, ANA has called for submissions for the 2015 ANA Review. A statement from Mr. Richard Ali, the Publicity Secretary of the association outlined that ‘the intention of the Association of Nigerian Authors is to publish...
  Nigeria has been chosen as guest country at the 8th Hargeysa International Book Fair, starting Saturday the1st of August till the 6th August 2015 and taking place in Hargeysa, Somaliland. The fair which is reputed to be the largest celebration...

Double Jeopardy

 A SHORT STORY BY AYOADE OLUWASANMI   Unceremoniously and without warning, I and sleep are separated. The fog receding, I pick up my watch from the bedside table and the luminous dials inform me that it’s a quarter past one in...
  University of Lagos Professor of English, Akachi Adimora-Ezeigbo, is billed to edit a forthcoming collection of poems currently being put together by The Weavers. According to the text of a 'Call for Submissions' notice made available to The Difference, the...

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