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Friday
Sep302016

The Third Eye

A story from Nigerian Yiro Abari High

Friday
Sep302016

Coconut Oblivion

An experimental narrative asking:

What does the white man want? by Sfiso Atomza

Monday
Sep192016

Do You Now Mock Us

Three poems from Biyi Toluwalase

Sunday
Sep112016

Driving Lessons

An essay on the pains of learning a new skill
by South African Magdaleen du Toit

Sunday
Sep112016

Memories Sometimes Are Like Photographs

Three poems from O. Chiedozie Kelechi Danjuma

Sunday
Sep112016

Before The Dark Days

A collection from Nigerian photographer

Akpa Arinzechukwu

Sunday
Sep112016

You Run Like A Girl

An essay from Shoola Oyindamola

Friday
Sep022016

Chased Into The Ocean

A story by Chiziwiso Pswarayi about migration
and the complexities in societal narrative in South Africa

Friday
Sep022016

Tuesday

New short fiction from South African Kelly Ansara

Friday
Sep022016

That Night

Two poems from Abdulsalam Abdulmajeed

Friday
Sep022016

Of Beautiful Memories

and Wistful Longings

Munachim Amah writes about his
Farafina Creative Writing Workshop Experience

Wednesday
Aug242016

Sweet Laugh

Poems from South Sudanese Riak Marial Riak

Wednesday
Aug242016

As Caged As Curiosity

A powerful photo essay on the rural Nigerian
education system by Chibuihe-Light Obi


Wednesday
Aug242016

Brexit as an Overtone

An essay from Kenyan Alexander K. Opicho

Wednesday
Aug242016

Ever Since and Ever After 

Four poems from Ghanaian Ayis Gordon Gullanyi

Monday
Aug222016

Normal

A story about love and tough choices by Ijeoma Ike

Monday
Aug222016

Something New

Three poems from Johnson Adeniyi

Monday
Aug222016

Building a Better South Africa with Yanda Bango

A profile by Mzukona Mantshontsho


Monday
Aug152016

Bermuda

A story about the internal conflicts in the life
of a couple in an urban dwelling far away
from their past and rustic upbringing
by Indian P Surendran

Monday
Aug152016

Berlin Skyrider

A short story traumatic life of Olori and her journey
with helplessness and regret by Simi Oba-Pedro