Poetry, Uncategorized

Reshaping Obliterated Faces: Ten Female Nigerian Poets

A few days ago, an article a friend posted on their Facebook wall popped up in my mini-feed. Based on the link title alone ‘Reshaping Obliterated Faces: Ten Female Nigerian Poets‘, I clicked ‘like’ (don’t judge me, we’ve all done it) and then decided to read it.

Imagine my surprise when I got to number 8!

From Ankara-inspired Illustrations by Udegbunam TBJ

If you get a chance, check out the article (linked above)Β and let me know what you think.

Thank you to Praxis Magazine for the feature –Β it made my day!


Lace Top: eBay shop | Chiffon Shirt: BooHoo | Skirt: Primark | Belt: Miss Selfridge | Tights: Boots | Heels: Peacocks | Earrings: Dorothy Perkins

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