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About Chinyere Okafor's Creative Works: Literary Criticism and Citations

2015. Alakam, Japhet. Okafor unravels the mystery of the Ikeji Mask. The Vanguard (Nov. 21). http://www.vanguardngr.com/2015/11/okafor-unravels-the-mystery-of-ikeji-mask-performance/

2013. Afolayan, Bosede F. “New Toyi-Toyi’ Trope: Chinyere Okafor and the Redemption of the African Society.” Ihafa: A Journal of African Studies 6.1.

2012.  Udengwu, Ngozi. Contemporary Nigerian Female Playwrights: A Study in Ideology and Themes. Lambert Saarbrücken: Academic Publishing.

2012. Oluwakoya, Paul. “The Trouble with Nigeria – Critics. The Nation Newspaper (May 23)

2012. Orie, Michael. “Things Fall Apart ... Africa’s masculinity as bane of real politicks.” The Guardian (May 18, 2012).

2008. Tharp, B. D. Making A Difference in the Community. Women's Focus Magazine, Feb. Half page. http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/focuson/womensfocus_200802/

2007. Awodiya, Muyiwa P. Uncelebrated Heroes and Heroines of Nigerian Drama. In African Literature at the Millennium Vol. 13, Ed. African Literature Association, U of Kansas, Lawrence, 230-233.

2007. Dean, Jenny. Poet shows that scholasticism, art, and fiery wrath prove happy companions. The Colby Echo, April 13. < http://www.colbyecho.com/>

2007. Hoffman, Marsha. Magdalen Family Focus. Magdalen Messenger (Newsletter of the Church of the Magdalen, Wichita, KS), Vol. 1, No. 6, May/June, p. 6. http://www.magdalenwichita.com/May%20Messenger.pdf

2005. Opara, Chioma. Echoes of the Whip in Chinyere Okafor's He Wants To Marry Me Again and Zaynab Alkali's Cobwebs and other Stories. In Opara, C. Her Mother's Daughter: the African Writer As Woman. Port Harcourt: University of Port Harcourt press. pp. 117-130.

2002. USM plans to keep current with a multicultural world. Maine Sunday Telegram. September 2.

2001. Cormellini, Carla. (2001). Postcolonial Motifs and Themes in Chinyere Grace Okafor's Poetry and Ogini's Choice Englishes: Literature Inglesi Contemporane (Italy). No 15 ANNO 5, pp. 91-102, 140-142.

2001. Schenck, Celeste and Susan Perry, EPILOGUE: Resisting Development. In Eye to Eye: Women Practicing Development Across Cultures. London: Zed Press, pp. 257-8.

2000. Cormellini, Carla. A Bio-Bibliographical Profile of Chinyere Grace Okafor. Englishes:
Literature Inglesi Contemporanee (Italy). No 10 ANNO 4, pp. Pp. 41-43.

1999. Nnaemeka, Obi. OKAFOR, Chinyere Grace. Encyclopedia of world Literature in the 20th Century. Vol. 3: L-R. 2 pages.

1999. Review of The New Toyi Toyi by Chinyere Okafor. Observer Magazine (Swaziland), March 6-7.

1999. Ngcobo, Johnson. The Play with emotions. The Swazi News (Swaziland). March 6.

1998. Dunton, Chris. Okafor, Chinyere Grace, In Nigerian Theater in English: A Critical Bibliography. London: Hans Zell publishers, pp.162-169.

1996. The Lion and the mighty iroko tree - Review of Okafor's The Lion and the Iroko. Nigerian Tribune. September 4, Living and Development page.

1996. Drama and state of the nation. Nigerian Tribune. June 19, Living and Development page.

1995. Abiola, A. Theatre at UNIBEN main auditorium. The Observer (Nigeria), April 15. p. 7.

1995. Chinyere Okafor Gets Award. UNIBENEWS (Nigeria). Vol. 2. No. 17. p.11.

1994. Graceful Writer From the Fringe. PMNews(Nigeria), November 21.

1994. Ige, Taye. Unrepentant Feminist. TheWeek (Nigeria). December 19.

1993. Ojo, Godwin. The Destiny of this nation is in our hands Review of Okafor's Play Performance. Kampuswatch (Nigeria). Vol. 1, No. 6. p. 28.

1993. Omatseye, Sam, For A Just Society, Arts Magazine(Nigeria), p.B2.

1991. Chinyere Okafor. Crown Prince (Nigaria). January. p. 44.