Tuesday November 13, 2001
In these days of increased instability in the political and economic arena around the world, one would find it hard pressed to find something to smile about. More so in Nigeria where this year has been marked with senseless violence and unbelievable callousness on behalf of our citizens.
However, in the midst of all these confusion emerges 'Position', a powerful magazine that paints another picture of our beloved country. 'Position' magazine is an international arts review that covers stories across Africa with special emphasis on Nigeria.
It is quite a comprehensive and voluminous publication that sheds more light on our rich history and ever interesting and complicated culture.
In the recent edition one can find articles on the history of Highlife music, a report on the thriving Ghanaian theatre, reflections on cultural and national literatures, and a piece about the changes and uncertain future of the National Theatre of Nigeria. The list goes on and on.
There's also a booklet containing a comprehensive review of books by both accomplished and up and coming Nigerian authors and writers.
The publishers of 'Position' gets an A+ for extra hard work, meticulous research and the overall quest to uplift the image of Nigeria. This magazine is not only for intellectuals or arts and literature junkies and there is definitely something in it for everyone.
'Position' magazine is a must have for anyone trying to discover or rediscover the position Nigeria and Africa in general occupies on the global landscape.
For more info visit: www.positionmagazine.com , email: email@example.com
Publishers: BACK PAGE PRODUCTIONS. 11, Seidu Ajibowu Street, off Toyin/Olowu Street, Ikeja
USA Correspondence: Position, 989 Sanford Avenue, Irvington, NJ 07111