EROTIC ZONE (ISSUE 4)

EROTIC ZONE (ISSUE 4)   LET ME BE YOUR BEST FRIEND TONIGHT by Alozor Michael Ikechukwu Let me be your best friend Fill the space between your arms Whisper sweet nothing into your ears Read your h...

SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS (ISSUE 4)

SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS (ISSUE 4)   TRIANGLE OF IGNOMINY by Binogun Winifred There is a particular air of uncertainty that always hangs about when you are about to do something dangerously stupid. L...

BOOK REVIEWS (ISSUE 4)

Back Again at the Foothills of Greed by Idris Amali – A Review Akwu Sunday Victor   A reader who is used to Idris Amali’s poetry would indubitably realize the absence of anger, and radical te...

BLAZING HOT (ISSUE 4)

Blazing Hot (Issue 4)   THE SUN WILL RISE AGAIN by Noah Oladele Memories are journeys we come into beyond the walls of the mind – like Chibok, closing in, slowly, to an early embrace;   an...

SPOKEN WAVES (ISSUE 4)

Spoken Waves (Issue 4)   Can we meet you? My parents named me Ehijie Gabriel but I’m better known by my stage name, ‘ArchAngel’. I hail from the Esan speaking part of Edo state, southern Ni...

POETIC INSIGHT (ISSUE 4)

POETIC INSIGHT (ISSUE 4) POETRY IN WAR by Oladele Babajamu   There is ink in my Gun. Corked and ready to fire …   I am not Napoleon Bonaparte the artillery wizard that fires  trajectory ...

CRISPY SATIRE (ISSUE 4)

CRISPY SATIRE (ISSUE 4) NOT MY CUP OF TEA by  John Chizoba Vincent If they like let petrol be one thousand Naira at the station, It is not my business, not at all I will still have my tea taken Every...

PUEM FO NAIJA LANGUEJ (ISSUE 4)

PUEM FO NAIJA LANGUEJ (ISSUE 4)   GRA GRA NO DU AM by Albert Seraphin   Yu spred chest laik gosip Kari mozul laik ‘war’ ship Yu yuz ayon tek du shoda De waka laik ongri gorila Yu de ...

FOOD POETRY (ISSUE 4)

Food Poetry (Issue 4)   WHAT KILLED UNCLE JOE by Pace Ejikem   Uncle Joe always had on a shirt of white, And a black or brown pair of pants to match. But his clothing wasn’t just of any size, ...