We Can Revive Onitsha Market Literature Online

Just before Nigeria’s independence, there was a flourishing of literature, which became characterised as Onitsha/Igbo Market Literature.

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Igbo writers created short plays, stories, novellas and sold them to publishers who printed them in inexpensive books that were then sold in markets across Igbo Land.

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With the advent of the internet, we call for a flourishing of websites/blofs that publish short Igbo/Nigerian stories online that talk about what our society is facing.

Equatorial Guinean Igbo’s of Bioko, we are also talking to you. Let your society’s culture be painted in words on the internet. Talk about your country in stories.

By OzoIgboNdu1 of Igbo Defender

Digital marketer and Marketing analyst