BookRepublic Blog Upgrades

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       More than a year after the establishment of this highly acclaimed blog dedicated towards publishing young writers, we are happy to inform you that we are extending our informative blog to a larger audience – via a website, that will be updated every Sunday and in print, once in a month.

    We are seeking provocative articles that dwells around African literature and its development over the years. Contributions should be forwarded to bookrepublic2012@gmail.com.

The tireless BookRepublic team has established a fan page for our ever teeming fans to update themselves on their darling book magazine – http://www.facebook.com/bookrepublicnaija.

    On behalf of the team, I will like to thank everyone of our readers. Thank you for believing in the BookRepublic blog. We hope you subscribe to the website and print magazine when the time comes.

                                                                                            Folarin Olaniyi.

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