Writing events you would love to attend

Every weekend there is an amazing event for writers and readers. Check out these weekend’s events. 

The Author’s Talk 


This is an annual event powered by @kateekanem @katetalesfoundation. 

The talk will be addressing the central theme of “Unpacking Your Diversity In Stories”, and tackling sub-themes like feminism, art as a mirror of society, gender bias and sexual orientation. Creatives like Chimdinma Adriel Onwukwe, Amarachi Atama Amu , Sophia Jerome amongst others will be present.

There will be spoken word performances and poetry readings too. If you want to attend this talk, register here


The Medina Special Anniversary Bookference


Medina Book club will hold its anniversary bookference Saturday, August 12th 2017. This event will feature a book chat and panel session, spoken word and a special meet and greet of book clubbers. 

Venue is P.A.G.E Book Connoisseurs, 23, Opebi Road Ijeka Lagos. 

If this is something you would love to be a part of don’t hesitate to join them. 

Words are Work Fiction Masterclass



Fiction writing is not so difficult but some writers are still having issues creating great fictional characters. To this effect, Words Are Work and The Future Africa have teemed up to bring you an amazing master class that teaches you how to do just that. 

If you know you need this class send a mail to info@thefutureafrica.com.

This class will hold Saturday August 12th , 2017. 


Attend Ouida books’ Readings and Discussions


Hey Sparkle Writers, 

If you love books as much as we do then you’d want to attend this event. On Sunday May 14th 2017, two writers, Ayobami Adebayo and Odafe Atogun will be at Patabah Books to read and discuss their books, Stay with me and Taduno’s dance. 

Although both books are debuts there have been really great reviews from readers. Stay with me has even been nominated for the Bailey’s price. 

The time is 3pm. 

The session will be moderated by Kola Tubosun and we believe that it will be an amazing event. 

If you can make it please do.