Small by Small: Becoming a Doctor in 1990s Nigeria is a memoir by UEA alumnus Ike Anya and is published this week by Sandstone Press. Ike is a consultant in public health medicine working in Nigeria and the UK, most recently supporting the NHS response to COVID in Scotland. Ike graduated from UEA’s MA in Creative Non-Fiction in 2017, and is an honorary lecturer in public health at Imperial College and teaches at Bristol University and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. He was a 2007 TED Global Fellow, and co-founded Nigeria Health Watch, EpiAfric, TEDxEuston, and the Abuja Literary Society. He is an advisory council member of the AKO Caine Prize, and has been published in The Guardian, Huffington Post, Granta, Catapult & Eclectica, and in an anthology of essays by Nigerian writers on Nigeria: Of This Our Country. He is co-editor of The Weaverbird Collection of New Nigerian Writing.