Boys Are Not Stone Initiative is delighted to announce the call for submissions for its fourth Anthology “Boys Are Not Stones IV—Demigods: Celebrating Fathers, Friends and Heroes".
KesJack poetry series is open for her first issue submission themed: 2020 One (2020-2021). KesJack is pleased to announce that we are starting with poems by young African poets from age 18 to 30.
Would you like to start submitting your work to literary magazines but don’t quite know how to even begin? Or perhaps you are unsure if you are making the right first impression with editors. This wonderful guide for writers seeking to get their work into print comes handy.
We are in a wonderful era for African literature, as there are many places where African writers that submit their works for publication. Literary magazines, publishing houses, and libraries occupy an important place in the development of African literature.
Poetry is a form of self-expression where you can say anything without any limitations. Whether you are feeling joyful, sad, or angry, it's all welcome in the world of poetry. Put your pen to the paper and let your creative juices flow.
IWU JEFF’S VERDICT OF THE GODS AND NIGERIAN POLITICAL LEADERSHIP SYSTEM BY SALIHU JUSTINA ODION & MOHAMMED ABDULLAHI
This historical overview of the political and leadership structure in olden days Igbo society is needed in other to shed light on the idea that give birth to the time and place setting, and the type of political leadership structure in the play Verdict Of The Gods. The playwright employs this type of political structure in the text and that is what we are going to highlight.
we’ve reached God as if we were not told that life is gold, and stories, life.
You surveyed the night & you found your heart littered with guilt--- you quivered.
My eyes green are 2 glass windows into the past.
you are two fragments in my heart one is a moonlight tale with infants on the knees of a grizzled woman