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The New Gong Publishers marked its publishing debut in November
2005 with two new books:
Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa and Other
Essays
by Adewale Maja-Pearce, and War Games by Dulue
Mbachu.

It followed up in June 2006 with two new titles:
God of Poetry by Uzor
Maxim Uzoatu and
Vision Impossible by Isidore Emeka Uzoatu. The
New Gong's first poetry title is a celebration of poetry, wide-ranging
in style and themes, revealing the thrilling depths of a rich talent.
Vision Impossible captures the climate of fear under military rule in
Nigeria, making a mockery of tyrants in soaring prose.

The New Gong, is an innovative publishing house working out of
Lagos, Nigeria, which seeks to showcase the best of Nigerian writing
in English.

The New Gong basically functions as a cooperative of writers
leveraging on their own editorial, managerial and technical skills to
run a publishing project to produce quality books. The aim is to set
reliance on foreign publishers.





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Excerpts from God
of Poetry



Excerpts from
Vision Impossible



Excerpts from
Remembering
Ken Saro-Wiwa
and Other Essays




Excerpts from War
Games




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