SPECIAL CONTRIBUTOR II (ISSUE 7)

WHAT IS POETRY? By Professor Christian Anieke When words freeze into snowballs of profound meanings, it’s poetry. When words twist their waists like beaded dancers, it’s poetry. When words...

EROTIC ZONE (ISSUE 7)

EROTIC ZONE (ISSUE 7) ROUTE TO HER HEART by Jonathan Otamere Endurance   It should be a sermon of touches That begins from the filament Wrapping her dresses and underneath Into an army of shield...

BLAZING HOT (ISSUE 7)

BLAZING HOT (ISSUE 7) HOME IS AN OPEN DOOR by Chisom Okafor   Nobody leaves home Unless home is the mouth of a shark Warsan Shire.   We once sauntered into the night or rather, flew into it ...

THE CRADLE (ISSUE 7)

THE CRADLE (ISSUE 7) MY SUNSET, FULL OF DAWN by Balogun Olabode that day my father called me in and muttered i’d be really travelling; his words painted a pale-rural city, i emptied a reservoir...

FOOD POETRY (ISSUE 7)

FOOD POETRY (ISSUE 7) SUCH REGALE… by Olajuwon Joseph Olumide Thump! thump! The kingdom of hunger in chaos! Yeye Abeke is at it again, anchor of braais: Her pestle’s incessant intercourse...

CRISPY SATIRE (ISSUE 7)

CRISPY SATIRE (ISSUE 7) TEACHING YOUR DYING CHILD HOW TO BE A GIRL by Chisom Okafor You’ll never meet her eyes because her eyes are tales of a tense cobra’s body swollen under a joint spell of ma...

ON THE SPOT (ISSUE 7)

ON THE SPOT (ISSUE 7): “Poetry displays an intensity of feeling, emotion”– Professor Akachi Ezeigbo In this engaging interview, Akachi Ezeigbo, an esteemed writer and a Professor of English, tal...