A round-up of literary and Nigeria-centric articles for your reading pleasure:
- Governor Fashola of Lagos recently delivered a speech in the USA on Lagos's development - thoughts?
- A library encouraging patrons to make their stories part of its collection
- "When whatever forces put you down, you don't stay down" - words of wisdom from Kenyan writer Ngugi Wa Thiong'o (and an excerpt from his novel In the House of the Interpreter) - his first novel Weep Not, Child is one of our books of the week
- Could you survive an entire year without the internet? This man did.
- And finally, a quiz to wake your brain cells up - guess the Nobel Prize for Literature winners by their citations
What are you reading today? Let us know in the comments or tweet us with the hashtag #GreatReads!