Requiem For A Fly In The Froth | Tunji Olalere

Mege tweeted: If not for Jehovah they would have dug the earth for cocoyam on my grave, but would I have known?   I This is for the housefly that went all the way down.[…]

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Àṣàké Ẹlénu Méwa Oladimeju Edu Agbowo Art African Art Literary Art

Àṣàké Ẹlénu Méwa | Oladimeji Edu

Àṣàké my love,   You said you are from Òyó, that you like your Àmàlà fele fele and your ewédú with gbègìrì So, I added enough water to my life, until it was soft enough[…]

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Visar Antisocial Agbowo Art African Art Literary Art

The Antisocialist | Visar

Eager to tell them As many as possible are incredible The prologues of our personalities Stories that turn our bodies into a hot sauce, Crafted to be received with curiosity & excitement of strangers &[…]

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Agbowo Art African Art A few Days in Ibadan Olanrewaju Adeyinka

A Few Days in Ibadan | Olanrewaju Adeyinka

Day 1 The trip from Lagos was long. Very long. I thought the driver looked vaguely familiar but I didn’t recognize him until the bus stopped for the first time to drink water. The water[…]

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Agbowo art African Art Ogunkoya Samuel The Apocalypse

The Apocalypse | Ogunkoya Samuel

This is how to write the story   of the end of (your) existence:     You will have a sister   who plucks her eyebrow   to chew on and paints   her teeth[…]

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Kola Tubosun Agbowo Art African Art On African Languages and Literature: Lessons from Korea

On African Languages and Literature: Lessons from Korea | Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún

  Being the transcript of a talk delivered at Kyung Hee University, Korea, on January 25, 2018, to a group of literature students and professors _______________ Thank you so much for having me. Annyeoung haseyo![…]

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Xola Stemele The Looking Painting Agbowo Art African Art

The Looking Painting | Xola Stemele

There’s this odd painting in our shack. It’s of an unusual house with one window. This house is camouflaged with several corners. The corners obviously embody their own cornery story, detached in breath and hasty[…]

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Grace by Sihle Ntuli Agbowo Art African Art Literary

Grace | Sihle Ntuli

here my dear flower with the wind and drifting   just behind your breast plate in front of your heart there is a glow that matches the textures of the neo-soul   state of mind[…]

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Agbowo Art The Simple Trick of Becoming A Mad Man African Art Kanyinsola Olorunnisola

The Simple, Scientific Formula for Becoming a Mad Man- Kanyinsola Olorunnisola

“Blessed are the mad, for they shall inherit the future” – a yet-to-be-authored book. -1 I only recently began learning the mathematics of insanity, that elusive and precious gift of madness. I am now a[…]

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Nefelibata Oluwatosin Babatunde Agbowo Art Literary Art African Art

Nefelibata | Oluwatosin Babatunde-olotu

NEFELIBATA   Last night, whilst I slept I sojourned the land of dreams in my dream, I was a man and my name was Nefelibata I had a wife and a fluffy dog my dog[…]

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