Welcome To The Progressive Public Sphere!

In an age of abundant information with incommensurate knowledge, we aim to build a digital community of informed creatives that is why we separate the wheat from the chaff by delivering informative content in a dynamic and engaging manner. By visiting this site you are embarking on a journey that will stir and richly reward your intellect. To better explain this we humbly implore you to read this short story.

The BLOG is where you will find most of our content. For the cerebral, we have a vessel of select ESSAYS with Writers as a subcategory for the popular writing contest of our burgeoning literary community while the publisher’s informed and well-researched articles are collected as Monishots. ‘FEATURES’ has sub-categories like Diaspora Diary where we curate useful stories from people in the diaspora. Reverie collects the publisher’s discretionary musings and anecdotes are penned in a witty manner. Resources is a repertoire of useful tips on educational/employment opportunities, entrepreneurial and self-development materials. We also have On This Day recap of important historical events and News around the literary world. The Bookshop has recommended readings and while Lifestyle will regale the reader with leisure stories. Now that’s about it, so if you believe that poverty of the mind can be eradicated by properly informing the uninformed then we urge you to subscribe to our newsletter and let’s build great things together. Reach us with your proposal via the contact page or social media handles. You can engage us on Twitter and Facebook where we are even more exciting. Feel free to wander and relish other freebies or play some cool videos, the choice is yours really.

The Team

Chinemelu Nwokike BSc, MA, PGdip better known as Cmoni, founder and publisher is an entrepreneur and media consultant. He penned a weekly column for the oldest Nigerian newspaper Daily Times and his written works have been published on sites like Organisation For World Peace, SaharareportersThe NationThe Cable and medium.com. He is also a regular contributor to commentaries in the broadcast media like ABSChannelstv and on the interactive Aljazeera platform The Stream.

Daniel Ogba the Associate Editor is a young, goal-oriented Nigerian writer, freelance editor and undergraduate student at The University of Nigeria. His writings explore themes of familial conditions, mental illness, love, death, and mostly, queerness.  His works have appeared in Ile Alo, The Muse journal 47, and elsewhere.

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