Sunday, October 25, 2020

Calabar to Makurdi: Being a Flâneur on a Nigerian Bus by...

BIACHI NDIDI ANOINTINGOn my way back from the Calabar Poetry Festival in December 2019, I experienced some interesting...

“May We All Come Out Safe” by Martha Okenyi

By Martha OkenyiWatching the seven p.m. news is now my official pastime. But I cannot tell...

The Primitive Man Makes His Escape by Emmanuel Esomnofu

by Emmanuel EsomnofuTonight I can write the saddest lines. She doesn’t give a fuck. I had entered...

Brief Portrait of a Monday Morning by Filip Ikyegh

I discover my phone’s battery is too weak when I wake up; my phone can’t stay alive for at least two minutes...

How I Met Younglan at the Benue Book and Arts Festival

20TH TO 22ND JUNE, 2019. It’s 6:28 a.m. Our event planner asked us—Sevhage team members—to arrive at the J. S. Tarka Foundation...
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