PARRÉSIA PUBLISHERS (Your Words…In Trust)

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Parrésia Publishers (Your Words...In Trust)

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Parrésia Publishers Ltd; owners of the Parrésia Books, Origami Books and Cordite Books imprints.

Published books include:
The Whispering Trees by Abubakar Adam Ibrahim
Farad by Emmanuel Iduma
Oil on Water by Helon Habila
Excuse Me! by Victor Ehikhamenor
Night Dancer by Chika Unigwe
Indigo by Molara Wood

Awards won by published books:
The Whispering Trees by Abubakar Adam Ibrahim was shortlisted for the 2013 Caine Prize.

For manuscript submission information, follow the links below:
Parresia: www.parresia.com.ng/publishing-process/
Origami: www.parresia.com.ng/origami
Cordite Books: www.corditebooks.com/submissions

Contact Parrésia Nigeria:
Twitter: @SerenadeMe & @RichardAliJos
Website: www.parresia.com.ng/blog
Facebook: Parrésia Nigeria 

Address: 9, Oluwole Close, Okota, Isolo, Lagos, Nigeria 23401
Phone: 08087304400, 08079559449
Email: parresiapublishers@gmail.com, azafi@parresia.com.ng

ABOUT PARRÉSIA PUBLISHERS:
Parrésia Nigeria Ltd is a Nigerian publishing house comprising three imprints [Parrésia, Origami and Cordite] that cater to the traditional and self-publishing book markets.

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It began operations in January 2012 and in the course of the last twelve months has published six books each under the Parrésia and Origamis imprints—our PR and sales have established our place in the market as a brand of quality and innovation.

The company was incorporated on 13th February, 2012.

We maintain an office in Lagos with the use of first class printing facilities in Ibadan. Our business model is nimble, relying on editors and designers who work freelance or have variable contracts. We have an exclusive online retail agreement with www.konga.com and our books are available to non-Nigeria based customers via Amazon and as eBooks via the Amazon Kindle.

Our corporate goal is to completely satisfy the presently underserved Nigerian market and use this as a springboard to penetrate the West African book market.

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