• The Poetic Man

    The Poetic Man is the first anthology to focus on nature writing by African Nigerian poets, a genre that until now has not commonly been counted as one in which African Nigerian poets have participated.

    No pleasures are more aesthetic than poetry and man, so it is only natural that the two should unite. The Poetic Man brings to the fore a neglected and vital means of considering poetry by African Nigerians. It is a relentless dismantling of identity, a difficult jewel of poems.

    The Poetic Man

  • Questioning Voices

    Questioning Voices is a collection of 80 poems, written in free verse. The poems are told in different voices seeking to be heard. They deal with themes ranging from the political to everyday social issues and the economic to the religious. It is segmented into six parts – the Introit, Conversations, Voices, Homeland, Love themes, and Tributes.

    Questioning Voices

  • A Date with the Oracle

    Perhaps as you read this book you will realize the beauty of our culture.

    This book is written to help people make their lives more productive and entertaining. It will bring you closer to yourself. If we repeatedly ruminate over how we’ve been victimized, “nursing wrongs may eventually come to define some essential part of who we are. We will end up becoming victims not so much of anyone else but of ourselves.

  • Ìgbà Èwe (Childhood)

    The collection of poetry titled Ìgbà Èwe is a Yoruba translation of Childhood, a poetry book by American philosopher and professor Emily R. Grosholz. Ìgbà Èwe is bilingual and features Yoruba and English texts of Grosholz’s poems. With this powerful new edition, Túbọ̀sún introduces Grosholz’s work to Yoruba readers the world over

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