Lulling Our War-Torn Bodies into Continents of Songs: The Lullaby of Peace in Njoku Chisom’s “The Mouth of A God Never Forgets” | A Poetic Analysis by Ebubechukwu Bruno Nwagbo

THE MOUTH OF A GOD NEVER FORGETS | Njoku Chisom often i wonder how a little drop of something  can transform one’s body into a…

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Invitation to A Feast of Words: A Poetic Analysis of Ogedengbe Tolulope Impact’s “A Banquet of Words” | Ebubechukwu Bruno Nwagbo

A BANQUET OF WORDS (The poetry of a food) | Ogedengbe Tolu Impact i Beloved, I have prepared you a delicacy of wit Popularly made…

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How to Dine with Death: A Poetic Analysis of Oyekunle Ifeoluwa Peter’s “Of Memories We Hold Dear” | Ebubechukwu Bruno Nwagbo

OF MEMORIES WE HOLD DEAR | Oyekunle Ifeoluwa Peter We’ve learnt the different ways to dine with death imposed by cold palm wine; of village…

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A Feast of Maledictions: A Poetic Analysis of Pamilerin Jacob’s “Memory for Dinner” | Ebubechukwu Bruno Nwagbo 

MEMORY FOR DINNER | Pamilerin Jacob again, tonight i feast on yesteryears place the heart in a blender, grind.   bind my feet with a nightmare, pulled out…

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Encircling Salvos: Parodies of People and Places in Francis Egbokhare’s Echoes and Chimes | Ndubuisi Martins Aniemeka

Poetry being a language is always at the service of a poet, functionally digging into the past and the present to remind and report the…

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Chapbook Review: Amina Ayodeji-Ogundiran’s God Made Us Niger-Areans is a mashup of endless twists and turns befuddling Nigerians | Temitope Abigail Larayetan

With the incessant uprisings in virtually all sectors across the country, it is no secret that this is one of the most troubling times to…

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Chapbook Review: Tochukwu Precious Eze’s Tobe is an interrogation of the ups and downs that come with life | Temitope Abigail Larayetan

Poetry is beautiful. Prose is also beautiful; but together, they are something special. Tochukwu Precious Eze’s Tobe is a smooth and effortless blend of prose…

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Chapbook Review: Sandra Achebe’s Before the Clock Strikes 12 takes you on a wild journey of self-discovery | Temitope Abigail Larayetan

The human condition is a subject that has formed the foundation on which Literature is built. Our existence is founded upon a number of variables…

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Chapbook Review: Chibueze Obunadike’s Smoke Is Just A Fancy Word for Burning is a dissection of the human condition and a discussion about the stigma surrounding mental health | Temitope Abigail Larayetan

Pause, take a moment to think about the title of Chibueze Obunadike’s chapbook. It reminds me of the popular saying “there is no smoke without…

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Chapbook Review: Christopher Ogwuche’s The Book of Coronach shows brokenness and uncertainties of love and life | Temitope Abigail Larayetan

Writers have always found ways to vent their emotions—in what psychologists call ‘the writing cure’—in their works and never forgetting to be artistic about it.…

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Chapbook Review: Adetutu Adediran’s Odd Things is a conglomerate of odd ends and pieces | Temitope Abigail Larayetan

As the title suggests, Adetutu Adediran’s Odd Things is a conglomerate of the odd ends and pieces that make up the author’s experience while living…

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