Yaaaay! So much excitement as Brittle Paper, premier blog and site for African tales launch a new story series… The story is one of fantasy and is written by the crazy writer, Eugene Odogwu, who is also a graphic artist (aside: he has done amazing covers, I know this, because he is the official cover artist … Continue reading Brittle Paper Launches an African Fantasy Story Series! – and it is FREE to read and ENJOY!
Book Title: BRING OUR CASKET HOME: Tales one shouldn’t tellAuthor: Su’eddie Vershima AgemaPublisher: SevhagePagination: 83Date of publication: 2012 Introduction Poetry being one of the vestals of art, punches the human brain hard in every attempt to study and to analyse it. But here is a volume of poetry made simple by Su’eddie Vershima … Continue reading Why Su’eddie Vershima Agema Tells the Tales One Shouldn’t Tell in Bring our Casket Home… (An Essay) By Joshua Agbo
ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN AUTHORS 2013 LITERARY PRIZES LONGLIST The following creative works are long listed for the 2013 literary prizes. They are longlisted in alphabetical order (by titles of entries) and not necessarily in order of merit. There will be a shortlist, which will be announced on the 14th of October, 2013. The eventual winners will be … Continue reading ANA 2013 Prizes: Longlist ANNOUNCED!!!
Silverbird Lifestyle Store, 2013 10th May It was the Open Mic session of the Abuja Literary Society and yup, I had to be there. First people I noticed coming in were ElNathan John and Dike Chukwumerije. Okay, this was going to be fun. Usual hi’s to friends and acquaintances and I got to my seat. … Continue reading OPEN MIC – LITERARY FUN (AT THE ABUJA LITERARY SOCIETY)
At certain moments I clutch at the physical but catch space gone times beckoning as memories become shadows widows of better times when touch was special… when whispers were the essence words now echoing on and on… denying a presence… (From the collection, BRING OUR CASKET HOME: Tales one shouldn’t tell 2012) Related articles SU’EDDIE … Continue reading ABSENCE (A poem) by Su’eddie Vershima Agema