FOOD POETRY (ISSUE 8)

FOOD POETRY (ISSUE 8) BETROTHED FRIENDS Hunger is no friend of the belly Have you not seen how empty stomach grumbles? Like a pregnant sky at the brink of birth. I have been to the bitter dregs of hun...

NAIJA LANGUEJ KONA (ISSUE 8)

NAIJA LANGUEJ KONA (ISSUE 8) MEK WOTA GET AI | Anzaku Emmanuel Imagine as di night dey vex E dey vex wit pipo dem Wey dey carry mattrass on top Their head, forget say dem get pikin. Di night sabi vex...

NAIJA LANGUEJ KONA (ISSUE 7)

NAIJA LANGUEJ KONA (ISSUE 7) MI AND MAI FREND bai Eriata Oribhabor Mai frend: Oga Eriata, yu de fo awa said o! Eriata: Wich said? Mai frend: A si se yu de fo Afikpo, afta, a kom si se yu enta Enugu. Y...

SPOKEN WAVES (ISSUE 7)

SPOKEN WAVES (ISSUE 7) NJOKU PAUL CHIBUIKE HENRY Can we meet you? My name is Njoku Paul Chibuike Henry, also known as Fr33zinPaul. I am a spoken word poet, teacher, Master of Ceremony and event planne...

CREATIVE WORDS ON MARBLE (ISSUE 6)

CREATIVE WORDS ON MARBLE (ISSUE 6) SANDCASTLE by Hardeep Sabharwal   Hardeep Sabharwal, born and raised in India, completed his M.A. from Punjabi University Patiala in English. His work has bee...

THE CRADLE

THE CRADLE rain –  Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu (Bayero University Kano) what provokes the sky into screaming as it splits, releasing heavy breaths as thunder and lightning, squirting water ? is it the madne...

On the Spot with Chinonye (Issue 2)

Can we get to meet you? Who is Chinonye J. Chidolue?   Thank you very much for the privilege to be featured on Pin Quarterly Journal. Chinonye J. Chidolue is a Motivational writer and speaker, a ...