QPL INTERVIEWS: TOLU FALODE

The QPL interviewee for our ‘Rebirth’ month is the beautiful Tolu Falode. Tolu Falode is a law graduate, writer, blogger and motivational speaker. She shares stories from her heart to help people advance in their faith, relationships and destiny. She is the author of Gift of Grace. Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is […]

QPL INTERVIEWS: EFE PAUL AZINO

One of Africa’s finest Poets, Efe Paul Azino took some time to answer some questions about his craft and his journey. He is widely regarded as one of Nigeria’s leading performance poets. Efe has been a headliner at many of the nation’s premier poetry venues. He is the founder and director of the Lagos International Poetry Festival, director […]

QPL Interviews: Shaleen Keshavjee-Gulam

Shaleen Keshavjee-Gulam was born and grew up in Kenya. She has a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree from the University of Toronto and now works in Nairobi as a property developer. She is married with two daughters. Her published works include: Baby Star –a children’s book, Packed Lunch – short story published in “All the Small Things”, Imani’s […]

QPL Interviews: Mandy Collins

Mandy Collins is a South African journalist and author with a passion for words and wonderful stories. She lives in Johannesburg with her two teenage daughters and two slightly deranged dogs. Her story Dad Goes to School was longlisted for the Golden Baobab Picture Book Prize in 2013.   Have you always wanted to be a […]

FOR SAM BOOK REVIEW

In an interview with distinguished stockbroker, Tola Mobulorin, the author muses about Nigerians and our seemingly short memory. It is therefore fitting that For Sam: A Collection of Contemporary Thoughts by Jimi Disu, challenges that sense of amnesia because it contains accounts which anyone who desires to know about Nigeria, its peoples, politics and history, […]