We would like to invite African writers, or writers with a relevant connection to African Fantasy and Science Fiction, to explore the theme from an angle of their choosing, and submit their initial abstracts for […]
We didn’t notice the storm as it gathered. We were too busy taking in the magnificent African landscape, my binoculars perched on my nose. Watching the elephants, I had been so intent on watching […]
Hollywood, California, USA – Awka resident, Walter Dinjos, has been officially announced as a winner in the Writers of the Future Contest. The contest, one of the most prestigious writing competitions, is in its 33rd […]
Underneath the heap of rocks and stones a restive but captive stream waits, listening to the hilarious uproar of tumultuous world and of gaudy nature and cries to be a part of them and a […]
Have you being to Uja before? Do you plan to visit there before the end of the 21st century? I’m sorry, but I just returned from a trip there and all I have for you is bad news.
They say that if you can survive driving on Nigerian roads then you can survive it on any road in the world, but what they didn’t tell you is that there is a town in Nigeria whose roads make the saying seem subtle. If you are Nigerian and you have been to Uja, then you have a good reason to thank whoever uses that saying for putting such a thick shroud over a well-deserved insult.