Love is undoubtedly humankind’s most exploited subject matter. And yet every year, all year round, the reproduction of “love” in art, literature, music, and a diverse array of many other fields, continues as if the subject, after all this time, has yet to be exhausted.
Every history is a catalogue of stories knitted by various players to paint a true picture of what actually happened in time past or to report a narrative when chronological approach is deployed.
The 2020 Desmond Elliot Prize has announced its shortlist and we’re excited to see that, for the very first time in the prize’s thirteen-year history, all the writers are of African descent.
Poemify Publishing Inc. is pleased to announce the release of a collection of poems drawn from the maiden edition of Pengician Poetry Chapbook Series.
NEW RELEASE (FREE DOWNLOAD): The Rubies In Me by Kpobari Peaceful. Kpobari is the winner of Pengician Poetry Chapbook Contest maiden edition, 2020.
Ọzọemena: The Origin of a Message and the Messenger, is the music from the heart singing of the author with a heart full of pain while saying that there should be no more weeping.
The book seeks to draw attention back to self and identity and the different ways we suffer inside of us without really speaking out.