PIN QUARTERLY JOURNAL (ISSUE 8)

PIN QUARTERLY JOURNAL (ISSUE 8): EDITOR’S NOTE Strokes & Scars   When your skin becomes a pamphlet of scars drawn by strokes of unsavoury experiences, give a pen to your scars and let them ...

ACROSS THE OCEANS I (ISSUE 8)

ACROSS THE OCEANS I (ISSUE 8) TWO POEMS | SANTOSH BAKAYA DEAD WEIGHT I was a pilgrim, plodding forth, my ankles heavy with a dead weight. I dragged my feet over the treacherous terrain Ah, I was in pa...

ACROSS THE OCEANS II (ISSUE 8)

ACROSS THE OCEANS II (ISSUE 8) DISPARITIES | Dr. Ashok T Chakravarthy Shadows stretch At the hour of dusk fall And intermingle With the mist of gloom. I fail to ascertain The discrimination Betwixt hu...

ACROSS THE OCEANS III (ISSUE 8)

ACROSS THE OCEANS III (ISSUE 8) TWO POEMS by Manthena Damodara Chary THE PORTRAIT OF LOVE Peerlessly pure passions paint the portrait Scintillating sensations seize it all straight Reverberating raptu...

BLAZING HOT (ISSUE 8)

MIXED HISTORY | Bakre Fadil Adedamola We lived happily in our world Till the deified invaded our land Turning daughters against mothers Sons against fathers   We have traded in local goods Till b...

THE CRADLE I (ISSUE 8)

THE CRADLE I (ISSUE 8) TWO POEMS | Aire Joshua Omotayo A VERSE FOR MY COUNTRY  our mother’s womb was a page in a night’s cloak, where no deer got to spew its ink, without seeking for headlights w...

CRISPY SATIRE (ISSUE 8)

CRISPY SATIRE (ISSUE 8) TWO POEMS | EBENEZER ADARAMODU ZERRY PREACHER’S DAUGHTER The preacher’s daughter has a relic of quid. Her body is an oasis of charade, She quibbles at the stretch o...

ON THE SPOT III (ISSUE 8)

ON THE SPOT III (ISSUE 8) Here, author of “Garri for Breakfast”, Seun Larri-Williams talks to PIN about entering and being shortlisted for the 2017 edition of The NLNG Prize for Literature.  How ...

ON THE SPOT II (ISSUE 8)

ON THE SPOT II (ISSUE 8) In this brief chat, Ikeogu Oke talks about winning the 2017 edition of The NLNG Prize for Literature and his forthcoming works. Congratulations on winning the 2017 edition of ...

ON THE SPOT I (ISSUE 8)

ON THE SPOT I (ISSUE 8) In this exhaustive interview, Chief Gladys Russel, a retired civil servant, a mass communicator, poet and playwright, talks about her personality, career, writings, publication...

THE CRADLE II (ISSUE 8)

THE CRADLE II (ISSUE 8) THE STAINS ON OUR CLOTHES | Adaeze M. Nwadike The stains on our clothes can talk They tell of our mothers who we buried on board And of our fathers whose corpse remained bones...