Since 2005 we have held reading sessions with authors. They are usually the authors of our Book-of-the-month. These session have been hosted, pro-bono, for years, by Le Meridien, Port-Harcourt. These sessions afford readers the opportunity to interact with the authors and to have their books autographed.


Since 2005 we have provided a platform for authors to formally introduce their books to the public, using our wide contacts in the book world for the public presentation of good books.

Koko Kalango, Denise Waddingham, Deputy Director British Council (Nigeria) and Chimamanda Adichie (author, Purple Hibiscus) after a reading at the British Council Port Harcourt in May 2005
Koko Kalango in an interactive session with Kaine Agary (author, Yellow Yellow) at the Rainbow Book shop in Feb. 2007.
Chimeka Garricks (author, Tomorrow Died Yesterday) in conversation with Amie Georgewill at a reading in 2011
Mrs Koko Kalango in conversation with Rev. Uwem Akpan (author, Say You Are One of Them) in June 2011.
E.C. Osondu (author, Voice of America) in conversation with Daniella Menezor in July 2011.
Ugandan author, Doreen Baingana (author, Tropical Fish) in conversation with Dr. Jibola Alabi in Feb. 2012
Public presentation of the book ‘Nigerian Literature: A Coat of Many Colours - An anthology of 50 Nigerian Authors in 50 Years’ in Oct. 2012
Launching of Capt. Elechi Amadi’s ‘When God Came’ in Oct. 2013
Mrs Koko Kalango speaking at the public presentation of ‘100 Years Around Port Harcourt’ in April 2014
Public presentation of the book ‘Ageing Gracefully’ authored by Mrs Ada Agwu in Oct. 2014
Public Presentation of ‘100 Years Around Nigeria’ in Oct. 2014
Mrs Ijeamaka Woko presenting the book ‘Songhai 12’ to the public in May 2015