The Sauúti Collective Speaks At The Ake Arts & Book Festival

Sauúti Collective Members – Stephen Embleton, Cheryl S. Ntumy, Dare Segun Falowo hosted by Wole Talabi participated in an incredible panel discussion “Sauúti: The Making of a Shared World of African Science-fiction” at the Ake Arts & Book Festival which took place between 24-26 November 2022.

The Aké Arts and Book Festival is a literary and artistic event held annually in Nigeria. It was founded in 2013 by Lola Shoneyin, a Nigerian writer and poet, in Abeokuta. It features new and established writers from across the world, and its primary focus has been to promote, develop, and celebrate the creativity of African writers, poets, and artists. The Aké Arts and Book Festival has been described as the African continent’s biggest annual gathering of literary writers, editors, critics, and readers.