INTRODUCING…NOVEL PENS


A great morning here in University of Ibadan, how is the morning over there? All thanks to providence for making us see this day…it is a privilege.
Ralph Waldo Emerson said, ‘All the great speakers were bad speakers at first.’ One thing I think should be added to that is the fact that consistent practice made them great. There are a lot of Soyinkas, Achebes, Masons, Osofisans, Osundares and the rest, infact there are many who write better than they do, they are however unknown either because they never had the opportunity to be publicised or their interest was killed. Pursuant to this, pennyshaldrelicious blog has decided to bring to the platform writers and poets who are new. They have different styles, techniques, some are refined, some are not, some have it as an inborn ability in them while others are learning the art, whichever one it is, believe me you are in for a shock.
It is also pertinent to tell our readers especially those who are well versed and established in this art, to always constructively criticise the write-ups because at pennyshaldrelicious, criticism is welcomed.
Starting from seventeenth of this month (Monday), these novel pens will be presented weekly…it promise to be great and fun filled.
Please this is a new feature you shouldn’t miss, not even for a million dollars (winks).

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