Editorial: 10 Breathtaking Expressions From Tami Hoag’s Dark Horse (Part 1)

In her latest thriller, New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag takes readers on a suspense-filled ride of shocks and twists leading to an explosive finish. It is the story of an ex-cop, a missing girl, and a killer locked in a race where there can be only one winner—and the losers die trying.... read …

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Editorial: Ten Powerful Lines From Toby Abiodun’s ‘The revolution’ That Will Make you Moonwalk On Water Undrowned

We already got a review for this wonderful spoken word from ACEworld's editor, Adeniran Joseph. From Adeniran's words; I see things from the other side, because Toby’s words are too experimental to define. His dictions are more than source of inspiration to the deafness of our sense. So, when we pick some literary devices that …

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Editorial: The Significance, Validity And Impediments Of Poetry To The Nation (pdf)

Poetry has always been a part of humanity. In fact, it's the basis on which humans exist. It's the rudiment of life and everything present within. It's the custom we live by here and it's also the language they speak in the void world. Poetry is everything you'd ever think of. Poetry is nature. Nature …

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Editorial | Speeches Induced By Libido; A Critical Essay By Mohamed Shamsu-Deen on Amoafowaa Sefa Cecilia’s ‘When His Pants Are Down’

“Uuh, I have a private jet under this bed; aah, I have given the material to a carpenter – to sow for you.” These expressions and more are often uttered by men when they are seeking consensual carnal knowledge.  According to the poem “When His Pants Are Down” by Amoafowaa Sefa Cecilia, men use all …

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Editorial: A Review Of Toby Abiodun’s ‘The Revolution’ by Adeniran Joseph

by Adeniran Joseph The beginning of the piece shows the intensity of the speaker towards the Nation/ everything around him - because his experiences are now part of him.   Listening to the Languages used are strictly metaphorical and a little bit of smile used to compare/contrast two similar things which he seems to be:Change. …

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Meet The Young Creative Physically Challenged Oreoluwa Olatunbosun

It is evident beyond doubts that the physical condition of a person is not in anyway a determinant of their mental capability or degree of creativity. Something in the case of this young talented lad, Oreoluwa Olatunbosun, whose ability has fetched him a means of recreating objects. Isn't this a brilliant step into becoming a …

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Editorial: Banky W and Adesua : The Scandal (From A Mystic’s Perspective)

By Yusuf Balogun Gemini "Every story is us" - Rumi. This is the 21st century and many things has changed. One of these changes is evident in placing people in classes based on their space in the immediate society and the word "celebrity" is not new to our ears. Celebrity doesn't have to just do …

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Editorial: Toke Makinwa And Festus Fadeyi : The Scandal (From A Mystic’s Perspective)

By Yusuf Balogun Gemini "We invented marriage. Couples invented marriage. We also invented divorce, mind you. And we invented infidelity, too, as well as romantic misery. In fact, we invented the whole sloppy mess of love and intimacy and aversion and euphoria and failure. But most importantly of all, most subversively of all, most stubbornly …

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Why I consider Poetry an endangered art form – Interview Section with NLNG prizewinner Ikeogu Oke

Ikeogu Oke is the winner of the 2017 edition of the Nigeria Prize for Literature, an annual competition sponsored by NLNG. Mr. Oke’s collection of poems, The Heresiad, came tops from among 184 entries received for the competition. He was also awarded with a cash prize of $100, 000. A former standards editor and deputy …

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