Blazing Hot (Issue 2)

WE III by Olajide Vincent Ajise   The contours on our faces are not dimples associated with smiles, neither are they tribal-marks of yore. They are autographs of woes etched by sufferance.  ...

Spoken Waves (Issue 2)

Emebiriodo Ugochukwu Peterson a.k.a Hitch, who has performed on many stages across the country, was born in Abule Egba, Lagos, Nigeria. He is from Abia state, the fifth of five children. He’s a stud...

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 ...

Crispy Satire (Issue 2)

Kepler 452b by John Chidi   The world agreed on this point: Africa lacked the will and technology for space exploration.   When Nigeria announced a manned mission To Kepler 452b in 2026, It ...

Erotic Zone (Issue 2)

HONEY by Chinonye  J. Chidolue   Honey was the brown flames from your eyes That ignited a burning desire inside of me Stripping me off my garment of lies To set the tortuous truth in me free… ...

Tongues of Poetry (Issue 2)

Ụgụrụ by Amarachi Attamah   Ụgụrụ! Ị bịakwa ọzọ ka i si abịa? Agwala m gị ọtụtụ mgbe Na ọ naghị adabara mụ na gị ḷhụnanya m abụghị maka gị ḷhụ...

Across the Oceans (Issue 2)

Timely Interconnection by Pilar R. Aranda   He showed her his world on pages written under a golden sun bound on a land of green and white   Hers were printed letters flared in fires lit b...

Food Poetry

To Garri by Adejumo Uthman Ajibola   don’t be sad, Garri do not belittle your worth because everyone affords you like a street prostitute   you are the poor man’s diamond an asthma patie...