Bookhub.ng
Bookhub.ng
Bookhub.ng

Nigerian website Bookhub.ng have tweeted out the top 10 literary websites you should visit for submissions and literary news.

Bookhub.ng was introduced to some of us last year at Ake Festival when their staffers were handing out flyers about their new project. The website with the tagline “Read. Review. Lounge.” saw itself the Nigeria version of Goodreads where book lovers of the written word in the West African country could discuss and share their literary experience.

Since then, the website has been hard at work getting the work of the literary evangelism with events and book reviews. The website also allows readers to swap books that they are willing to share with other readers. And if you don’t see the need to swap, who doesn’t really, you can always donate your books.

Yesterday the website posted out the websites that they consider the best for submissions as a writer as well as literary news. This list wasn’t an African centric one as it included websites from other continents. The websites that never fail to make these lists were here like Bookshybooks and Brittlepaper while there as were new kids on the block like Enkare.org.

Without further ado, here is the list of the top 10 literary websites you should visit for submissions and literary news.