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Arinze Ifeakandu’s “God’s Children Are Little Broken Things” Set to Debut in Nigeria

Arinze Ifeakandu’s “God’s Children Are Little Broken Things” Set to Debut in Nigeria

God's Children Are Little Broken Things cover - Afrocritik

The book, originally released in 2022, will debut in Nigeria on October 16, 2023. 

By Hope Ibiale

Nigerian writer, Arinze Ifeakandu’s debut novel, God’s Children Are Little Broken Things is set to be released in Nigeria by the Narrative Landscape Press. The book, originally released in 2022, will debut in Nigeria on October 16, 2023. 

God’s Children Are Little Broken Things is a collection of short stories that delves into the lives of gay men in Nigeria. This year, the book was awarded the Dylan Thomas Prize and the Story Prize Spotlight Award

God's Children Are Little Broken Things cover - Afrocritik

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While announcing the release of the book on Instagram, Ifeakandu said, “I am beyond thrilled to share this beautiful cover with you. I am especially thrilled that this book is coming home to Nigeria and that it will finally get in the hands of the men and women who inspired every painstaking sentence…”

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Arinze Ifeakandu

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Arinze Ifeakandu is a Nigerian fiction writer. The writer is an AKO Caine Prize for African Writing finalist, A Public Space Writing fellow, and an Iowa Writers’ Workshop graduate. His work has appeared in publications like A Public Space, Guernica, The Kenyon Review, Ploughshares, and One Story. God’s Children Are Little Broken Things is his first book.

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