Tomorrow (A Short Story on Cancer) by Nana Sule

His voice was not what one should listen to, at least not when he was singing. But as he traced her sides with his fingers and picked words from Asa’s songs, he sounded less horrible. They had found this place by chance; a spot in the community park that no one knew. They had since colonized…

OLD TIES by Me TSBG

It is only 2:00 in the morning. You wake up restless after failed attempts to fall back asleep since Mama’s call woke you up from that fascinating dream where you had been having a sun tan on the beach in Miami (PS: she had called to ask you if you still remember to say your…

BETRAYAL (A Short Story) by Su’eddie Vershima Agema

“Bomboy!!” The simple sound of my name jolted me back to the present. Whoever complained of issues? I was sweating like several troubled people that harmatan morning. A Christmas goat would have been looked at as mild compared to me. I was in deep shit and knew it. The puzzle, to be or not to…