Society Of Young Nigerian Writers’ Creative Writing Correspondence Course

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In an effort to harness and promote creative works of Young Writers in the Country, the Society of Young Nigerian Writers sent out a notice in the month of May 2012, inviting Young Nigerian Writers irrespective of colour, race, tribe and religion to send in their entries for the proposed free creative writing correspondence course geared toward mentoring, educating and enhancing the literary proficiency of young Nigerian Writers. Numerous entries were entered for submission but only 15 entries scaled through for the proposed course. The works of those selected for the course are:

 

Short stories

 

STAGE ONE

 

NEVER OUT OF MIND

 

Emmanuel Ugokwe

 

THE RETURN OF CIVILIZATION

Ezefekwuaba Tochwuckwu Benedict

 

    

STAGE TWO

 

COLORS OF DREAM

Emmanuel Ugokwe

 

         PADDLING WITH THE DEVIL

         Tobechukwu ugo.

 

 

STAGE ONE

 

DIRGE

FOR TAYO OMONIYI

(Leave that withered before dry season)

By Razaq Malik

 

Dugbe

(A Popular market in Ibadan City)

Olanrewaju Babajide

 

I AM

By Nathaniel Soonest

 

.…AND THAT NAME DIED

By Emmanuel Ugokwe

 

ME IN MUMMY’S ROOM

By Uche Uwadinachi

 

 

STAGE TWO

 

LETTER TO AMERIKA

Mbizo Chirasha

 

AM SCARED

Bakare Islamiyat Kemi

 

TO QUESTION GOD

 

Momodu Ehizua Innocent

 

 

HALLELUJAH

 

Mindova_Nina

THE ROAD

Devon Ugo

 

STAGE THREE

WAITING

Nwabia Judith

SENIOR PANGOLO, MR. JOHN BULL AND US

Bada, Yusuf Amoo

BREATH

Tawose Olajumoke

SAY IT, ITS REAL

Iyanu Olafihan

 

 

DRAMA

WEALTHY BEGGAR

Bada, Yusuf Amoo

 

The correspondence course which is available in softcopy and hardcopies respectively comprises mainly of upcoming and aspiring young Nigerian Writers works. We hereby urge people to put in for the course as the course will sharpen and improve the literary skills of the individual participants.

 

For more information about this, please contact:

Mr. Wole Adedoyin

08072673852

 

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Posted on July 5, 2012, in Creative Writing. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Kemi islamiyat bakare

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