ESSAY: NKA! AND THE INCANTATORY REAWAKENING OF MEMORY’S FIBRE BY IFESINACHI NWADIKE

Ozoemena” is an Igbo name intended as a prayer to forbid the reoccurrence of a sad incident, especially the untimely death of a beloved either in a road mishap or through illness or infant mortality. So here, the persona reimagines the untimely death that snatched his beloved relation in a road mishap along the complex Ugwu Onyema

An Origami Folding with Multiple Layers of Loss, Grief and Injustice: A Review of Ifesinachi Nwadike’s How Morning Remembers the Night by Frank Eze.

I think this songbird with a deluge of grief and anguish, mining in the cave of silence has more truths to tell us. One is left Oliver Twisting as one nears the closing pages of the book. He has proven, through the gift of this book, to take-up one of many difficult roles of the writer: