Category Archives: Short stories

Holden Williams – Absence of Grace

  About the author Holden Williams writes literary fiction with poetic undertones. His popular short story “A Woman’s First Day at the Convent” was published by Novelty Fiction as a Kindle e-book. His short story “Absence of Grace,” first published … Continue reading

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Olusola Akinwale – A Journey to Her Final Home

  About the author Olusola Akinwale grew up in Ibadan, Nigeria. His works have appeared in the Hamilton Stone Review, Silk Road Review, Prole, Western Post, the Monarch Review, the Cardiff Review and elsewhere. He was a winner of two … Continue reading

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Zamo Gina – The House of the Land

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Abigail George – The Waking

  About the author South African Abigail George has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize (“Wash Away My Sins”), and Best of the Net awards for her poetry, which was published in Deaf Poets Society, and for an essay published … Continue reading

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Issue 15, Fall 2022

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Joseph Jegede – Arinfesesi

About the author Joseph Jegede hails from Ondo state in Nigeria. He is currently pursuing a degree in Foreign Languages at Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria. He is also an alumnus of Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich, Germany, where he attended … Continue reading

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Zeddekia Ssekyonda – Waiting on Fate

About the author Zeddekia Ssekyonda, fondly called Zed, is a Ugandan fiction writer and activist for democracy and ethnic/tribal tolerance. He was born on 16th September, 1997, in Masaka, Buganda Kingdom. Most of his stories are centered on gender, African … Continue reading

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Thandie Mvundla – Famished

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Rabhelani Mguni – Suited

About the author Rabhelani Mguni is a Zimbabwean writer and essayist. His works address identity, love, sexuality, gender, social status and politics. Some of his works have appeared in publications such as Kalahari Review, Odd Magazine and Olongo Africa. Twitter: … Continue reading

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Cole Olasubomi РThe Ixoras on Chika’s Grave

  About the author Cole Olasubomi is a 20-year-old upcoming writer. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria, with his parents and little sister. He loves to write, sing, read and dream. He believes stories make the world a better place. He … Continue reading

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