The strength of black women of all walks of life often go unnoticed. They aren't famous and don't have the power, money or influence to get the recognition they deserve. Yet so much can be said about these everyday 'sheroes'...
Growing your own death is a poem that seemingly flood lights on our health and how we ignore our body.
This poem resonate the grandness of poesy from the evaluation of a poet who stir evidently at problem, biting in between the arteries and vein without repairs until he found solacement from poetry written by another poets.
A review of Clinton Durueke's Eureka that seeks to interpret its political undertones while acknowledging that meaning is this collection may be many-sided.
Historically, the arrival of the white missionaries and their Churches in which the natives are mandated to be baptised and change their names is another way our history as a people is mired in the altar of evil as our people sees baptismal names as the good and not repentance of the heart.
Multi award winning Creative Writer Ayomide Inufin D'great pens a conscious societal trend of Africans especially Nigerians exiting their homes in other to seek greener pastures in a white man's land.