Logan February’s poetry collection “In the Nude,” published by Ouida Books is now available for purchase in stores and online outlets.
In this new collection, February documents the society that has formed him. He raises his head and realizes, as though for the first time, everything that makes up his society; from grief to God, history, mythology, religion, self, family, everything there in.
Logan February is a Nigerian poet and a book reviewer at Platypus Press’ Weekend Review. His works have appeared in Adroit Journal, Vinyl, Brittle Paper, Kabaka Magazine, The Raleigh Review, amongst others. His debut collection, “Mannequin in the Nude”, was a finalist for the Sillerman First Book Prize for African Poets. He is the author of “How to Cook a Ghost” and “Painted Blue Salt Water”.