Sunday, December 17, 2017

“Through Open Doors” by Shelly Blankman

Through Open Doors   He didn’t just walk in. You opened the door, welcomed him as you would an old friend. He had promises to keep... to  get rid of the...

“Impure (As I lay crying)” by Gulraj Singh Bedi

Impure (As I lay crying)   I cry, I weep Waiting for the rain to fall And for my wounds to heal, But I know it is futile As I...

Apply for 2018 Writivism Prizes!

Apply for 2018 Writivism Fiction and Nonfiction Prizes. 1.The Writivism Short Story Prize is an annual award for emerging African writers administered by the Center...

Lagos Book Launch of ‘When We Speak of Nothing’

On Thursday, 16 November 2017, When We Speak of Nothing, the debut novel by Olumide Popoola, was launched in Lagos, Nigeria, to a crowd of...

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