List of Free-to-Enter Writing Contests in April, 2022
Nothing interests an up-and-coming writer like writing to be acknowledged either via certifications or other forms of awards. However, many upcoming writers don’t know where and how to find such opportunities that will unveil the hidden potentials embedded in their pen and paper. This is…
One Poem By Nigerian Poet, Sam Kichoka
The poem, “About Time” is a lamentation over the political and social realities in Nigeria. Sam Kichoka makes a case for an aversion of the oppressive conditions that come with the weaponization of poverty. This reads like a protest poem and a lamentation at the…
True and Ever: Hacks for Romance Writers
Our focus today is romance writing. I’ve got some hacks for romance writers. Yay, but of course no preferential treatment here. We’d get to everyone even our historical novelists, Sci-fi’ers, and every sub-genre we have featured in the best of Eboquills Fiction! Okay, I am…
One Poem By Bachama Poet, Pentecost Zachariah
This poem examines the interrogation of existence. The simple question begging for an answer here is; “does life wait for us or do we wait for its yearnings to come?” Read Pentecost Zachariah’s glaring poem to find out for yourself. Kwaghkule, Jacob – Contributing Editor…
11 Opportunities That Would Interest you in March!
Of course, we know that entry fees scare the hell out of so many writers, but not to worry, we have you covered: all the writing opportunities we have compiled in this list are absolutely FREE to enter, and hold an amazing reward if you…
Poetic Language and the 21st Century Audience
Jacob Kawghule shares his thoughts on the evolution of poetry/poetic language and how the 21st century is adjusting to it. This is an insightful and interesting read. Ehi-kowoicho Ogwiji, Editor in Chief. What distinguishes poetry from other genres of literature? This question is always the…
One Poem By Chima Christopher
Chima Christopher brews beauty in his poem. With lines clear as the first ray of the morning sun, the poet sends home his message without ambiguity. In “Red Twilight” the persona hopes that only death separates him from his lover. This poem is a compendium…
One Poem By Azaiouris Y Zeon
Liberian Poet, Azaiouris Y Zeon, took extra care to empty scintillating metaphors into the poem, “when a woman holds your neck.” The lines are bold and like yarns of wool on the nip of crochet pins, they intertwine into such a beautiful whole. We are…
Eboquills is Back and Better
After a six-month hiatus, we are excited to announce that Eboquills is back with renewed zeal. Our team members are supercharged and ready to offer any help on your writing journey. More than connecting writers with an audience, Eboquills is always looking for ways to personally connect with…
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Issue 5 is LIVE! Guest editors: @malingose, @WillieKinardIII & @postcolonialchi. Cover: Alex & Frans Odicky. Illustrations: @cocoette_. Stories, poems, essays & photos from Kenya, Nigeria, Trinidad & Tobago, Ghana, Sudan, St. Lucia, Zimbabwe, & more
my poem "A Travelogue: The Grief & Ruins Outside our Walls" is now published on Eboquills. @eboquills
click link to read full poem 🖤🥂https://eboquills.com/2022/05/20/one-poem-by-olowo-qudus/
Check out this list of #opportunities for #writers (see link). The #deadlines are in May 2022, so roll up your sleeves and get to work.
Best wishes! https://eboquills.com/2022/05/07/opportunities-for-writers-with-deadline-in-may-2022/