Narrative Landscape Press

Narrative Landscape Press
Type of site
Publishing
FoundedJune, 2015
Headquarters,
Founder(s)Eghosa Imasuen, Anwuli Ojogwu
Websitehttp://www.narrativelandscape.com/

Narrative Landscape Press is an independent publishing services and publishing-logistics firm in Lagos, Nigeria, which serves self-publishing authors, small independent presses. It also manages the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library publishing imprint.[1]

Founding and management

Founded in early 2017 by writers Eghosa Imasuen (author of To Saint Patrick and Fine Boys) and Anwuli Ojogwu, the outfit has been described as "a fruit of the wide ranging experiences of its two founders"[2] with years of experience in writing and publishing.

The enterprise was set up to "facilitate the process of print production, shipping and delivery of books"[3] and to "assist publishers, self-published authors, media owners, academics, and organisations to turn their books or other media projects into reality by taking on the hassles of printing and logistics on target and on budget."[4] It is not a traditional publishing company yet[5] but hopes to go into traditional publishing in January 2018.

Eghosa Imasuen, a trained medical doctor, was formerly an editor at Kachifo Limited, publishers of Farafina Magazine, where he worked on the presidential memoirs of President Olusegun Obasanjo.[6] Anwuli also had a stint at Farafina and other publishing outfits.[7]

Titles

Since its founding, the Press has released the following titles:

References

  1. ^ "Eghosa Imasuen, Anwuli Ojogwu birth a narrative dream". Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  2. ^ "Artsville". Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  3. ^ "Eghosa Imasuen, Anwuli Ojogwu birth a narrative dream". Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  4. ^ "Eghosa Imasuen, Anwuli Ojogwu birth a narrative dream". Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  5. ^ "It's possible to make a fortune from publishing – Imasuen". Punch Newspapers. Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  6. ^ "Interview | Eghosa Imasuen Talks Nigerian Publishing Industry & Obasanjo's Memoirs | by Kola Tubosun". Brittle Paper. 2015-08-31. Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  7. ^ "Artsville". Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  8. ^ "Love does not win elections". Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  9. ^ "Ayisha Osori's "Love Does Not Win Elections" released - Sabi News". www.sabinews.com. Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  10. ^ "Book Review: The Doses of Reality in Ayisha Osori's Love Does Not Win Elections". Olisa Blogazine. 2017-07-23. Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  11. ^ "Are you not a Nigerian?". Punch Newspapers. Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  12. ^ Farinre, Efe (2017-04-20). Folktales are Forever (1 ed.). Narrative Landscape Press Limited. ISBN 9789789579204.
  13. ^ Olumide-Ojo, Nkiru (2017-09-14). The Pressure Cooker: Lessons from a Woman at Work (1 ed.). Narrative Landscape Press Limited. ISBN 978-9789588350.
  14. ^ Kemi Lanre-Aremu (3 December 2017). "Maintaining work-life balance is constant struggle — Nkiru Olumide-Ojo". Punch.
  15. ^ "The Pressure Cooker Lets Out a Good Steam". ThisDay. 8 December 2017.
  16. ^ Hafsah Abubakar Matazu (24 December 2017). "Nkiru's guide for the ambitious woman in 'The Pressure Cooker'". Daily Trust.
  17. ^ Editor (16 November 2017). "Book Review: The pressure Cooker by Nkiru Olumide-Ojo is a confidence boost for trying times". YNaija.
  18. ^ Chuks Nwanne (23 December 2017). "Pressure Cooker… Success nuggets for career women in print". Guardian.

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