Joined 3 years ago from Odogbolu, Ogun State
Femi Onileagbon is a poet and playwright living in Odogbolu, Ogun State. He’s a farmer-writer who served as assistant secretary, secretary, vice chairman, and chairman of the Lagos Branch of the Association of Nigerian Authors. He also served on the executive councils of TAMPAN Shomolu, and GOND Lagos. Femi is an unrepentant advocate of the use of native tongues alongside foreign languages in writing.
His works have been staged at the National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos; Creative Arts Department, University of Lagos; Theatre Arts Department, Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Lagos; British Council, Lagos; Lagos Television and Unilag FM.
His published works are:
The Tale of Teacher P (2006) Biography
Igbangaladi: the Enemy Within (2008) Drama
Two Plays (2012) Drama
stirring melodies (2012) Poetry
this forge, my home (2014) Poetry
Maren’s Family (2014) Drama
a player’s tales (2017) Poetry
Two More Plays (2017) Drama
The Missing Vendor and Other Stories (2019) Fiction
roses red and black (2019) Poetry
Home Truths (2019) Drama.
3 years ago
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