Wednesday, July 24, 2024

DIACRITIQUE

Among Strangers: A Short Story by Jude Dibia

"Shame on you!" That was what she said, spitting on...

Broken Melody: A Short Story by Eyitemi Egwuenu

Life is a river. And so is death. A river...

Untitled: An Excerpt by Mkhu Mpofu

I had to ring the bell twice as the...

The Burden of Motherhood, Womanhood and Debased Sexuality in E.E. Sule’s Makwala

The themes of motherhood, womanhood and debased sexuality have...

These Things Around Our Necks: A Review by Ikhide R. Ikheloa

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s latest work, The Thing Around Your...

The Younger Generation Of Contemporary Nigerian Poetry – Which Way?

"…note with dismay that a high proportion of the...

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I Would Rather Shun Self-Publishing – Amatoritsero Ede

Amatoritsero Ede, an award winning Nigerian writer based in...

Olabiyi Babalola J. Yai: Yoruba Studies Expert and Polymath

Olabiyi Babalola Yai, linguist, cultural critic, philosopher, Yoruba studies...

The Phenomenal Woman: Remembering Dr. Maya Angelou

A LIBRARY BURNS TO THE GROUND History suffers a great...

Tolu Fagbure | Case Closed!

…tying the knot of Nigerian unity Characters ManWoman Performance Note  There is a...

Half-Grown Moon: Poetry by Emmanuel Isuku

HALF-GROWN MOON Half-grown moon, shaped like cut calabash where’s your other half? Did...

The Horsemen: Poems by Obi Nwakanma

The Horsemen for Christopher Okigbo Emmanuel Ifeajuna & Chukwuma Nzeogwu I It was a...

Reading the Bones: Poems by Abigail George

Haiti SOS January 2010 here hope floats and is disguised in...

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Abu Ibrahim | Final Banquet of Desires

FINAL BANQUET OF DESIRES It is prison culture to give...

Ubong Johnson | Let Us All Go

It’s so cold. My nostrils are clogged. My cheeks...

Paul Chibuike Emenike | Idanre

IDANRE Woman you are sad!‘Tis the same with me.—Ralph Armattoe. I.My...

Talent Madhuku | The Video Recordings

She can’t sleep. It must be the worry, seasoned...

Azubuike Obi | Welcome to a New Dispensation

   Sista mi, how you naw? It has been...

Abenea Ndago: A Funeral in Ladybrand

I am Tafadzwa. When I left Harare last month...

Abigail George | This is what happens to my tears

This is what happens to my tears and the...

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