Will write for food

To ‘Tell’ or to ‘Show’ – That is the Question

  At the advanced level class of the recently held Abuja Writers Workshop, I have tried to answer that question. And because I ...
Global Village

Good Morning, Global Village – Poetry by Wesley Macheso

  Good Morning, Global Village                     I sit alone in my confined ...
truth

Becoming – Poetry by Naza Amaeze Okoli

  BECOMING I was brewed with the tears of a grieving nation Steamed in the heat of endless battles Poured down the winding path To ...
on a sunny day

On A Sunny Day – Poems by Adeola Ikuomola

  OUR ROOT IS STILL ALIVE The waves are indispensable sighs From the seas to acquire the highs Under the dark shadows of threats ...
Indigo

Indigo: Molara Wood’s Healing Balms

When I think of the word indigo, sapphire comes to mind. In Latin it means blue. The sapphire gemstone is said to be used as a healing ...
depression

You are Going to do Bad Things to Children – Fiction by Abigail George

I watch her. I watch her. Tell my brother and sister to look out of the other car window. I think they are playing some game. I think ...
eclipse

Impunity – Poems by Efeduma Eseoghene

  IMPUNITY Such latitude of recklessness lumbered upon the essence of civility Where caution thrown to mongrels is called ...
horizon

Our Horizon – Poems by Gbolahan Badmus

  Our Horizon There are reasons we are blind —Blind to see beyond where the sky kisses the earth— Or rather, myopic to see any ...
SUNBEAMS AND SHADOWS

Sunbeams and Shadows: Reflections of a Poet’s Realities

Book title:      Sunbeams and Shadows Author:          Saddiq Dzukogi Genre:            Poetry Publisher:     Origami, Parresia Ltd ...
cat eyes

A Leopard is not a Good Hunting Companion – A Poem

  A LEOPARD IS NOT A GOOD HUNTING COMPANION The leopard and the lion chose to become friends, For they were all proud of claws on ...
vulture

As Tomorrow Unfolds – Poems by Geosi Gyasi

  As Tomorrow Unfolds The clouds shielded territory Sitting by the fireside Listening to tales of Kwaku Ananse Foretelling ...

Dearest Jumi – Fiction by Lily-Anne Longjohn

  Dearest Jumi, Maybe there is something wrong with me, or maybe there isn’t. But I can never be too sure, you see. It’s always ...
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