Category: Tuesday Poetry

Highlife and New School Nigerian Pop

Eliot’s argument in his evergreen essay, Tradition and Individual Talent, does not hold true for...

New Flash Fiction: Corkscrew

New Flash Fiction: Corkscrew For your weekend enjoyment.

Three Songs: Rex Lawson

  Think James Moody or The Temptations or even Frank Sinatra. Legends with towering...

A Re-reading of the Nigerian National Anthem in the Wake of Homophobia

This is not a rhetoric. No smart, cheeky, wizened, politically-correct, erudite tract can change...

The Ibadan Job: A True 419 Story

I woke up with that dull headache that reminded me of last night, the...

Revisiting Narratives: New Fiction

  “Her eyes did not betray trail of tears. Her mien did not tell...

On Caro

Femmes fatales abound in timeless songs: from Angelina to Maxine to Salome to Caroline,...

On LAGOS_2060 Anthology of Sci-Fi Stories

In 2010, eight writers gathered in a workshop to create futuristic stories, scenario and...

New Fiction: Situation Highlife

    So one of my short stories got published a few days ago....

On Ilesa

  I looked at my car lovingly as I retrieved my small bag for...