Ngozi Ifeyinwa Razak-Soyebi won the 2006 New Children’s Writer Award in the Macmillan Writers Prize for Africa with her book “The House That Kojo Built”. One of Ngozi’s short stories, “The Passage”, has also been published in an anthology in the US. In addition, she has written for the newsletter of the Women Writers of Nigeria (WRITA), and she is a columnist for G21. In August 2007, Ngozi won the creative writing competition organized by Bath Spa University (BSU) and Bridgeway Overseas Admission Centre (BOAC). Her story, The Whip, which is a novel excerpt, won first place with a cash prize of two hundred pounds and a scholarship to study creative writing at Bath Spa University in the UK. You can access the story at: www.bathspa.ac.uk/services/international/competition.asp. Ngozi lives in Jos, Nigeria. Read our Ngozi Razak-Soyebi interview.
The Pill – Ngozi’s excellent column in G21 about her efforts to publish her romance novels “On the Wrong Side of 30” and “Upstage by a Waif”, which has thus far been thwarted by the nemesis of every writer – the rejection letter
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