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Chika Unigwe Q & A

In the Premium Times Chiedu Ezeanah has a Q & A with Chika Unigwe: When Trepidation Hones the Imagination Into Literary Gems. Really sad to hear: Have you ever thought about writing and publishing in Igbo ? No. Apart from the very practical reason that there are no Igbo publishers making offers to me, it would be a pointless exercise. Who would I be writing for ? How many Igbo newspapers are there ? Go to any of our Igbo cities and tell me how many Igbo children you hear speaking Igbo.
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