Inside: A Conversation With Self – Denis Valery Ndayishimiye

Inside: A Conversation With Self Denis Valery Ndayishimiye At the time of taking these photographs, we are in the midst of a pandemic that, for many, has restricted the way we live: economically, and, more importantly, socially. During this prolonged period of...

Misaligned Stars – Christy Ogbenjuwa

Misaligned Stars Christy Ogbenjuwa I have been sick since I was born, but who would have thought it? I wouldn’t have known if I had never tried to model, or rather, I wouldn’t have known as early as I did if I had never tried to become a model. I tried to...

Soucriant Robot Killings & Other Poems – Kwasi Shade

Soucriant Robot Killings & Other Poems Kwasi Shade Cocks Who Drag When one wants to lovewearing late-night westernsbedazzled on the Avenuein heels pushed up hindsightwhere I started to thin. Tonight wears a ragged sky, a skirt, sat borrowed lasheslong beams...

Just a Friend – Edwin Chege

Just a Friend Edwin Chege It was about midnight when she texted: I’m with Hera, but I’m thinking of ditching her. I want to come over to yours. I’m only five minutes away. Moments later I heard a knock on my door. That was fast, I thought. I opened the door to Caren...

The Naming of Things – Ugochukwu Damian Okpara

The Naming of Things Ugochukwu Damian Okpara We are the new students of St Peter Claver Seminary. Some of us know each other from the previous junior secondary schools we attended, or the places we live, and for others, we are meeting each other for the first time....