We have interviewed Omolola Anne Famuyiwa, and now you can ask her about her poetry book and other endeavors, both literary and extra-curricular.
Date – Tuesday, April 24 2012
Time – 4 – 5PM Nigerian Time (Please we start on the dot)
Venue – NaijaStories Chat bar (Bottom right of the site – you have to be signed in)
Omolola Anne Famuyiwa was born in Lagos, Nigeria. She has BA in Philosophy (NG), MA International Affairs (US), MEd Cultural Studies (US). She is a media and public relations specialist, relationship coach, child rights advocate, mentor, public speaker, author, media specialist and public relations consultant. Written under the pen name, Abike Muyiwa, UNCUT is her first poetry work and fourth book from the stable of her company Cares Global Network (CGN). According to the acting icon Mrs. Taiwo Ajai-Lycett who presented the review of UNCUT, “Abike Muyiwa is a welcome fresh new voice to complement female creative writers like Seffi Atta and Jumoke Verissimo”.
Omolola is the also the author of Dear JB (a book about John Brown, the abolitionist), What is wrong with us? Nuggets about mature singles (a life changing book for singles and those who relate with them written under the pen name Anne Muyiwa).
Anne previously worked as television/radio presenter/producer; previous programmes include “In a sentimental mood” on Metro FM, Whizkid on DBN TV and Playhouse on Super Screen TV where she left off as Head of Programmes.
Her organisation, CGN, publishes Willows Magazine (for young people) and organise a number of projects which includes ICDB Media Workshop, Just One Book, Hair Art Theatre, Back to the Roots, Celebrate Nigeria and Children’s Day Celebration.
To order UNCUT and What is wrong with us? Nuggets about mature singles contact 08037166120 (NG), email@example.com use these links:
What is wrong with us? is available at CRM Bookshop, RCCG Camp. Both books will soon be available at Laterna Ventures. Dear JB is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble etc.
To market any of the books, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have questions you’ve always wanted to ask some of our published authors? Now is your chance. NaijaStories will be bringing you online, real-time opportunities to chat with various Nigerian authors right here on the website. If you look at the bottom of this page, you will see a green bar, and at the right end, there’s a chat button which you can click on to enter the chatroom.
We started last Friday with Jude Dibia as our first guest for these chats. Also expected in the forthcoming weeks are Chika Unigwe, and Uche Umez, among others. You have an hour to grill them so start getting your questions ready. And please spread the word to your friends and family. You do not need to register on the site to take part in the chat, but can participate through Facebook, Twitter, Myspace or Yahoo sign in.