These times of the EndSARS crusade which suggests an ongoing Nigerian Revolution is a time for action rather than words. And Praxis Magazine, sees this.
But as the days go by, the documentation of this crucial moment in Nigerian history becomes all the more necessary, to combat present denial and forestall future revisionism.
This documentation is achieved not only by on-the-spot social media updates—which have been incredibly useful—but also by book-length works such as anthologies, which are means of sustained, deliberate, critical engagement with the subject of protest in general and the #EndSARS protests in particular.
Praxis Magazine, therefore, invites all creatives partaking in this fight to end the evil of SARS and police brutality in Nigeria to submit non-fiction (including essays on protest photographs), fiction, poetry, and visual art on the momentous protests, debating the direction of these protests and what it means to be living in Nigeria now.
Guidelines for Praxis Magazine Endsars Submission
- Prose submissions (fiction and non-fiction) can range from 1000 to 2500 words; double-spaced, Times New Roman or Arial font type 12.
- Poetry should not exceed 30 lines. Format doc. according to the guideline of prose above.
- Submit your work as an MS Doc attachment to [email protected] with the title of the email as “#EndSARS Submission”.
- Send visual art (photographs, illustrations and graphics) as an attachment. Size: maximum of 2MB.
Note: They understand the precarious situation that has arisen from the #EndSARS protests. They do not urge writers submitting essays to put their lives on the line because of this call for submission. Pseudonymous submissions are therefore encouraged. The deadline for submissions is 31st March, 2021.
The magazine’s words are TY Bello’s in her song The Future, “Carry the song, carry the sound.” The future indeed has come. They have added below, a video highlighting the ongoing protest.
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