Special Contributor (Issue 3)

Special Contributor (Issue 3) Deceitful Truth by Makinde Damilola Returning from buying eggs and sardine that Saturday morning, I heard someone calling out to me. It was my friend Wasiu who lived next...

Spoken Waves (Issue 3)

Spoken Waves (Issue 3) Ifeanyi Bernard “Prestige” is a spoken word artist and a teacher who has participated in many poetry slams. He was the winner of the first BB Slam and the first runner up i...

Tongues of Poetry (Issue 3)

Tongues of Poetry (Issue 3) Anụnụebe by Amarachi Attamah   Bịa, ị bụdị anụnụebe? A naghị ekwe onye ọzọ Ibe I bee, i bechie ebe onye ọzọ ga-ebe   Oge ọbụla i na-...

Poetic Insight (Issue 3)

Poetic Insight (Issue 3) ABIKU  (An Appraisal of J.P. Clark’s Poem ‘Abiku’) by Oghenero Ezaza Abiku is a Yoruba (Nigerian) appendage for any child suspected to have been born but dies at infanc...

Crispy Satire (Issue 3)

Crispy Satire (Issue 3) OUR ARMS ARE TROUBLED by Obodokasi Adehtem Agbor Why do we take up cudgels and stones at our legislator? Should we not hang our chins in our palms and pity his troubles? a wel...

Words on Creative Marble (Issue 3)

Words on Creative Marble Our Hope by Okeme Jerome   We are the Future’s Eye by Maureen Alikor   Walking Down the Bridge by Akintola Akindele   I am just a Pen by Vivien Braide Viv...

Poetic Insight (Issue 2)

NO COFFIN NO GRAVE (A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF JARED ANGIRA’S POEM, ‘NO COFFIN NO GRAVE’) BY OGHENERO EZAZA   In this discourse, we shall be having a critical appraisal of the poem ‘No Coffin No ...

Special Contribution (Issue)

Art is the Heart by Famuwagun Festus Some time ago, there was a disagreement in an eminent family. World, the father  had just titled himself  The Body and wanted his wives, Science and Arts and th...