Literary events excite me. I like the idea of hanging out with writers and chatting about books. If you are like me, you’ll probably want to attend the upcoming book chat organized by Ignite Africa. This event is called bookversation.
What is Bookversation?
Bookversations is an honest, no holds barred literary discussion similar to An Evening Of Conversation With Chimamanda Adichie, which held last month.
Anyway, Samsudeen Alabi moderates Bookversation . And this year alone, Ignite Africa has hosted poet and psychiatrist Dami Ajayi; the mayor of Lagos, Toni Kan; editor-in-chief at NAIJ.com, Bayo Olupohunda; and most recently, African Movie Academy Awards AMAA Winner, Tomi Adesina.
This November, the Bookversatons Series will be hosting prolific author, Tunde Leye. Tunde Leye has written several books including Golden Sands, Guardians of the Seal, Afonja The Rise amongst others. He is also well known for his Finding Hubby blog series.
All literary enthusiasts are welcome to attend the event on the 24th of November 2019. Invitations are strictly by registration. Thankfully, registrations are free of charge. To get a ticket, go to :https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ignite-the-word-bookversations-with-tunde-leye-tickets-52205035667
The event will include book sales by several publishers. Tunde Leye will also be happy to sign some books.
About Ignite Africa:
Ignite Africa is a leadership-focused, education-based non-profit working out of Lagos, Nigeria. They have several programs for the achievement of our objective of raising African leaders that read. Their Readers R Leaders Walk has attracted over 20, 000 participants from inception till date. They also have a state-of-the-art library in the heart of Oregun Ikeja. They manage book clubs in more than ten secondary schools in Lagos and recently, their book clubs hosted authors from all over the world as part of the just concluded Ake Literary Festival.
Writers who attended the Short Story Day Africa SSDA creative writing workshop In October got a chance to learn in the Ignite Africa Place, Lagos. Ignite Africa is a big supporter of the literary arts.