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Monday
Dec052016

Drunk Bard

Three poems from Nigerian artist Efe Ogufere

Monday
Dec052016

Friday Night

A chaotic short story by Jason Mykl Snyman

based on the everyday pandemonium

of the restaurant industry

Monday
Nov212016

Ten Years In Jail For Exam Cheats?

A new essay from regular contributor Alexander Opicho

Monday
Nov212016

The Tree At The End Of The World

Stunning black & whites from

South African photographer Chris Snelling

Monday
Nov212016

I Saw It Fall

Verses from Timi Akegbejo

Monday
Nov212016

How Do Colours Feel?

Two poems from Akpan-Nya, Alexandra Emem

Monday
Nov212016

The Madman

A story from Nigerian Fehintola Emmanuel Odunayo

Wednesday
Nov162016

The Elements & Equilibrium

Two poems from Ayinde Ayobami on fatal betrayal
and a physical phenomenon of time exchange

Wednesday
Nov162016

The Railing Beneath The Stars

A story about the cumulative effect of long-buried
childhood trauma by Akpan-Nya, Alexandra Emem

Wednesday
Nov162016

Gender-fluid and Other New Words

An essay on the evolution of language by Alexander Opicho

Wednesday
Nov162016

Try Being a Poet in the

Midst of Flying Bullets

Four poems on identity, love, the effects of war

and the fate contemporary Africa

from Kenyan Michael ‘Wudz’ Ochoki

Wednesday
Nov162016

Insta-Africa Nine

A collection from our on going crowd-sourcing
project Instagramming Africa. #KReview


Tuesday
Nov082016

Blue Moon & Like Elephants

Two poems from Motswana artist Gaamangwe Mogami

Tuesday
Nov082016

Good Bye

A story about complicated love with terminal date

by Nigerian Bosco Ocean

Tuesday
Nov082016

The Insane Neighbours

Of Little Road

A short story about a rather unusual family

by Nigerian Chioma Nnanna

Tuesday
Nov082016

The Pot-Valiant Cannot Prosper

An essay from regular contributor

Kenyan Alexander Opicho

Tuesday
Nov082016

She & Kissing

Two poems from Nigerian Victor Ugwu

Monday
Nov072016

Everything Touched

Poetry from South African Jarred Thompson,
on sex, desire, relationships and the ramifications when
all of those things are redefined by personal catastrophe

Sunday
Nov062016

Everything Happens For Good

The story of young struggling writer,
who uses his art to face his daily challenges
from Uche Osita James

Sunday
Nov062016

Insta-Africa Eight

A collection from our on going crowd-sourcing
project Instagramming Africa #KReview