Published: This is Nigeria (The Grey Anthology)

After weeks of anticipation, the Grey anthology tagged "This is Nigeria" has finally reached completion, and now published. We received over 300 entries from the nooks and crannies of the country, and it was really a rigorous exercise selecting what we considered 'best' from the submissions judging by relevance to the theme. “In my country, …

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Kanyinsola Olorunnisola, Dhee Sylvester, Eze Ossai and 3 others make Anarchi Shortlist

15-20 minutes read. Download the document and save for later   Weeks after the call for submission, which was closed on the 15st of July, 2018, ACEworld releases a 6-man shortlist for the contest. The theme is Anarchi, preserving individual freedom. Below are the selected poems and the judge’s analysis.   Kanyinsola Olorunisola ME, FELA …

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Poetry: Anarchi, For The Lands That had Waited For Freedom by Olabayo Moses Tolulope

Who could talk this freedom than the just freed African eagle? Even the rusted roofs are evidences of our persecutions the beliefs that skinned our skins and took our freedom how we smiled heat till it smoked us into a sulfuric solution... Rejoice! Feeble hands, rejoice and let cold drums and frail pots roll the …

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The Danger Of Following Trend As A Writer & How Free Verse Makes Everyone A Writer by Micheal Ace

After days of writing, Micheal Ace, the author, is pleased to inform you that his two in one article, The Danger Of Following Trend As A Writer & How Free Verse Makes Everyone A Writer has finally reached completion. Here are some highlights of what the article contains: The thing about dynamicity and staticity, most times, isn’t …

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Call for Submission: Ember Writers Gallery Edition

This is the last quadmester (four months) of the year; the months of homecoming, reflection, accountability, meditation and everything pertaining to bringing the entire year to a balance scale and remembering home. This is the month every hustler anywhere around the world bring into calculation all they have laboured for and decide how to return …

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Latest Opportunity: Secrets Of Magical Poetry Tour 1

Do you remember SECRETS OF MAGICAL POETRY? Yes, the one we brought legends like Brigitte Poirson, Wajiri Philomena, Poetess Erah Oalind, Eriata Oribhabor, Phunsho Oris and the likes to the hot seat for interview? Well, that was way back in 2015. This is the big time, sages. Secrets of Magical Poetry (SOMP) is back alive, …

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Ola W. Halim, Winner of Wakanda: Rewrite Africa Contest Publishes Homecoming

Ola W. Halim, a teacher of English Language and Literature in Edo State, Nigeria and winner of the 2018 Wakanda: Rewrite Africa contest has published his reflection, HOMECOMING. In Ishola Abdulwasiu Ayodele, author, 361 Degree's word, Homecoming is a genrebender, gracefully tiptoeing the line between prose and poetry, and blending fiction and fantasy with finesse. …

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Update: This Is Nigeria, What to Expect From the Grey Anthology

The colour is neither black nor white, it’s grey.   In few weeks from now, the anthology, This is Nigeria, will be released, as the publication date is set and work, ongoing. A huge appreciation to our contributors, we are awed by the number and contents of the entries received. It’s quite beyond our expectation …

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