Timi Waters is an independent author with a knack for telling intricate stories about human emotions and vulnarabilies. Read on to learn about her writing journey.
Chioma Nnaani talks dealing with abusive parents and healing from past traumas.
A much needed open letter to Nigerian immigrant parents who are raising their children in a westernised society.
Mayowa Fagbure is a Nigerian writer whose articles are always thoroughly and meticulously detailed; they make an insightful read. I have personally enjoyed reading her articles. Read on to find out more about her writing journey.
Tife Chris is a talented visual artist and writer who has been featured on the likes of The Guardian NG. She is also a Geology student and CEO/founder of her art business. I came across her profile on Instagram and was very touched by the important messages and themes she addressed with her paintings and artwork. Read on to find out her journey to becoming an artist, what motivates her and more.
Dear fear is a free verse poem, written in the voice of a Nigerian mother who worries about her 19-year old daughter. Read more on the blog.
Ogunniyi a Nigerian freelance journalist discusses his love for writing about human rights and liberalism.
Bọ́lá’s routine appointment has been tactically booked for twelve noon. Working from home has been lonely, but at least she is safe. Outside, the crisp cold London air is mixed with the pungent stench of cigarettes. It has been a while. The scanty leaves lacing the pavement confirms the end of Autumn. Her favourite season.Continue reading “Flash Fiction: The Routine Appointment”