Category: Tuesday Poetry

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...

My Favourite Fela Songs

I wrote this short post in 2011. Over the years, my favourite Fela songs...

On The Secret Lives, The Stage Play

While reading Lola Shoneyin’s marvelous first novel in 2011, many things struck me about...