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Two Poems By John Phebe Ifeoluwa 

John Phebe Ifeoluwa hails from the western part of Nigeria. She is a poet and a neurodivergent writer. Phebe writes from Port Harcourt City. From Lagos, With Love The mosquitoes in Mushin, Vampires at midnight— Telling a love story; Between your body  And their proboscis…

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One Poem By Sarah Adeyemo 

Sarah Adeyemo is a budding poet, student, avid reader, literary enthusiast, and guitarist. She writes from Ekiti, Nigeria.  Fragments of a Broken Voice I rise with balls of sweat, Flowing down in torrents Through my cheekbones, Down to my palpitating chest. Who can read words…

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One Poem By Mubarak Said 

Mubarak Said is the 3rd runner-up (poetry category) of the 2022 Bill Ward Prize for Emerging Writers. His works are forthcoming and published in World Voices Magazine, Brittle Paper, Icefloe Press, and elsewhere. Last Word About The Polls Anything I start to love  hates me….

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A Short Story By Edwin Mamman 

Edwin Mamman is a sonographer and writer. He has work published on KAFART’s The Revue, African Writers Space, Tidings of Magpies magazine, Punocracy, and forthcoming elsewhere.  Riding the Waves of Hard Times A yellow and black striped polythene bag dances in the air before settling on…

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A Short Story By Aliyu Yakubu 

Aliyu Yakubu is a Nigerian academic and writer. He lectures at the Department of Applied Biology/Microbiology, Federal Polytechnic, Nasarawa, Nasarawa State. Kabiru, Is That You? It was fifteen minutes past twelve on Wednesday morning. The Sharon in which Nasir and others had been travelling had…