Elnathan’s #BOAT No. 2 with Olumide Popoola

Review Elnathan’s #BOAT with Olumide Popoola September 2nd, 2017 “If we can’t imagine a better future, we can’t create it.” Olumide Popoola On September 2nd, 2017, Elnathan John met London-based Nigerian-German author Olumide Popoola for the second edition of Elnathan’s #BOAT. Her publications include essays, poetry, the novella “this is not about sadness” (Unrast, 2010), the play […]

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In conversation with… JUDE DIBIA

With Germany and Malta, yet another two European countries have recently approved gay marriage. While this is an important step forward in the struggle for equality, many LGBTIQ people in other parts of the world still face severe discrimination. One state that even prosecutes gay marriage is Nigeria. Two awarded authors, Elnathan John and Jude […]

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Elnathan’s #BOAT No.1 with Jude Dibia

Review Elnathan’s #BOAT with Jude Dibia July 1st, 2017 “Regardless of what you’re trying to write you have to make mention to what’s happening politically. All writing is political.” Jude Dibia On the 1st of July 2017, Elnathan John met his first guest Jude Dibia, author of Walking with Shadows, one of few novels, that put […]

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Review: And After Many Days

Jowhor Ile “And After Many Days” Nana-Aisha Salaudeen is passionate about Literature, gender equity, Economics, good governance and politics. Her work has been published on various media platforms in Nigeria and internationally. For InterKontinental she reviews the latest books from Africa and by African authors. This year’s winner for the prestigious pan- African Etisalat prize […]

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Our Launch on June 1st

  On the 1st of June, InterKontinental invited to celebrate the official the launch of the agency. After a whole year of intensive preparation, it was a great pleasure to present current and future projects to the attending guests. We were glad to receive so much positive feedback and support by the present members of […]

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