On November 25th, irrepressible Nigerian writer/critic Ikhide Ikheloa blasted a couple of familiar musings on his social media platforms. One of them went thusly: African literature! In the 21st century, the stories of Africa are still being being vetted by the West. There is no excuse for this shame. Then this: The elephant in the room. If the “African writer” does not [...]Read more ›
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By Hajo Isa Bird Eye Your courage is sure, I watch you swoop and twist above The receding skyline. Carelessly you glide, Leaving the sweetness of stolen heaven. Your humble fall, Upon my barren lawn, Cries your graceless return I Run To You You sooth my echo of weakness You nest a kiss upon my [...]Read more ›