“How Morning Remembers the Night captures in keen tones certain headline issues, moments and personalities which the deluge of quotidian realities threatens to erode from our individual and collective memories.” — Uchechukwu Peter Umezuruike Author of Gogo and the Slimy Green Grub


“This gravid collection of poems is the vigorous birth-cry of a serious poetic sensibility. Ifesinachi Nwadike rekindles a tradition of percipience in African poetry of which Dennis Brutus, Esiaba Irobi and Okot p’Bitek will be proud. Measured but passionate, the poems herein engage the heart and mind in tandem. We are lucky to have this poet and his voice.” —Tade Ipadeola Author of The Sahara Testaments & Winner of the Nigeria Prize for Literature, 2013


“This scathing and revealing collection from Ifesinachi is an X-ray of the sick, conflictive soul of a failed state. Its lexicon of corruption is a priceless gift to Nigerian Literature.” —G. Ebinyo Ogbowei Author, Let the Honey Run


“Striking, very striking is this adroitly manufactured atmosphere of loss and pain and grief and the resilient peace of a calming spirit all too aware of how morning remembers the night and how, behind the darkening clouds, the sun still journeys on.” —Hyginus Ekwuazi Multiple Award-Winning Poet


“In this collection, Ifesinachi explores with a passion that evokes pathos, the post-colonial vices that ravage Nigeria and indeed Africa. Manifesting therein are a poetic eye for details, ears for sound and indeed an imaginative and sensory language that penetrates the reader, causing in him a revulsion that can bring about protests for change.” —Jasper Onuekwusi Professor of African Oral Literature Imo State University, Owerri, Nigeria

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