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Books after four

Goethe-Institut Lagos presents a podcast series on critical review of books and other writings. The literary series called Books after Four aims to contribute to discussions around the Nigerian burgeoning literary space. The podcast series will engage writers, literary critics as well as readers in a series of discursive platforms on literature and society.

Invited guest gets to put out a call to invite five to seven of her/his ‘followers’, chosen from those who have read the chosen book/publication for that month and have a strong opinion about it. With all five to seven fans, the guest writer and the moderator, Books after Four promises to be an expository and informative discussion on books and other writings.   

The podcasts-series is produced by Olaide Kayode Timileyin for the Goethe-Institut Nigeria.

Meet the Hosts

baf © Goethe-Institut Nigeria Dr. Nadine Siegert is the director of Goethe-Institut Nigeria and has worked in Rwanda and South Africa before. Until 2019, she was the deputy director of Iwalewahaus, University of Bayreuth (Germany). She is also a publisher with iwalewabooks and works on African contemporary and modern arts. She is a book lover and loves to learn about Lagos through novels, art and poetry.

baf © Goethe-Institut Nigeria Kolawole Oludamilare is an art and culture administrator, writer and activist from Lagos, Nigeria. He holds a bachelor of science in Agricultural Extension/Sociology from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. He is soon-to-be-published novelist and loves to read works of fiction.

Georges © Goethe-Institut Nigeria
Georges Gambadatoun has recently joined the Goethe-Institut Nigeria as the head of information and library. He is a porject managment graduate and the co-founder of Blog4SDGs.