Witsprouts set to release new anthology titled Love Grows Stronger In Death

Witsprouts set to release new anthology titled Love Grows Stronger In Death

[LAGOS, NIGERIA, FEBRUARY 23—] Witsprouts Books is pleased to announce the release date for its latest anthology, Love Grows Stronger in Death.

Curated by Tope Akintayo and Edited by Ibrahim Babatunde Ibrahim and Basit Jamiu, Love Grows Stronger in Death features stories by 15 emerging writers: Enit’ayanfe Ayosojumi Akinsanya, Roseline Mgbodichinma, Mustapha Enesi, Chinuzoke Chinuwa, Chourouq Nasri, David Ben Eke, Michael Chiedoziem Chukwudera, Chinonso Nzeh, Ayo Deforge, Elisha Oluyemi, Obinna Inogbo, Mohammed Babajide Mohammed, Aishat Adesanya, Miracle Elvis Ifesinachi, and Thirikwa Nyingi.

The anthology offers perspectives on love, life, and the enduring human spirit. These stories delve into how unexplored affections and missed opportunities often resonate more strongly in the face of loss. It also explores the intricacies of relationships and the universal experiences that bind us all. 

Love Grows Stronger in Death is due for release on May 24, 2024. Preorder the short story anthology here!

Witsprouts Anthologies is one of the literary initiatives of The Witsprouts Project, an organization dedicated to fostering a deeper engagement in African arts, culture, and literature. Previous works include Twenty-20: Stories and Lessons from the Pandemic Year (2020); and collaborative projects like The Year of Free Birds: Stories Featuring Visually Impaired Protagonists (2019), and The Weight of Years (2020).

The Anthologies project aims to provide a prominent platform for celebrating Africa’s literary brilliance and fostering a thriving community for emerging writing talents. It seeks to build a world-class platform for writers and storytellers to showcase their work, get recognition, and establish themselves in the literary world. 

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