Two poems by Goodness Olanrewaju Ayoola

a shadow ready to perform arson I push myself a bit further out of a self-wreck…

Rattle By Ola Halim

Tolani was sure she heard a rattle. Like metal claws scratching dry earth. It whizzed something…

NewBookAlert: How Morning Remembers the Night By Ifesinachi Nwadike

Press Release Winepress Publishing and GriotsLounge Publishing are pleased to announce that How Morning Remembers the…

LIBRETTO CHAPBOOK SERIES; 2020 POETRY SHORTLIST

Here are all the authors name and work and country in no particular order of ten…

LIBRETTO CHAPBOOK SERIES; 2020 POETRY LONGLIST

LIBRETTO CHAPBOOK SERIES/PRIZES (LCS/P) We received a lot number of entries for our chapbook series this…

City of Smoke: A Review By Abubakar Suleiman Muhd

Mujahid’s collection contains five short stories centering on female experiences. In each story we have a…

“Local Earth On An Expensive Soil” Review of Loveth Liberty’s Spoken Word Poem ‘Locah Geh’ By Sa’id Sa’ad

Locah Geh is a masterpiece that takes different dimensions of what we call today ‘contemporary African…

Literature in the North: A Review of Mujahid Ameen Lilo’s “City of Smoke”—Ubaji Isiaka Abubakar Eazy

There can be no doubt about it; the future of Nigerian literature is in the north!…

LIBRETTO PRESENTS “CITY OF SMOKE” BY MUJAHID AMEEN LILO

Hello Reader, This year, we are here with first LIIBRETTO Chapbook Series (if you missed the…

Sickle cell By Michael Ace

How do you start a poem with yellow eyes, and a mouth torn apart in screams?…