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A CERTAIN KIND OF DEAFENING PAINS: REVIEW OF OCTOBER BLUES BY OBIAGELI ILOAKASIA | JOHN CHIZOBA VINCENT

There is one special thing about water, it is formless. It assumes and takes the shape…

A REVIEW OF OBIAGELI ILOAKASIA’S TWITTER STREET BY OKOEMU O. OKOEMU

The proses entitled ‘Twitter Street’ retold a reality story of nearly all that happened around us…

A REVIEW OF OBIAGELI ILOAKASIA’S TWITTER STREET | JOHN CHIZOBA VINCENT

In Twitter Street, Obiageli Iloakasia’s characters are Air. They go everywhere and serve purpose.. They breathe…

For all the boys I know are bleeding stones in the dark album|Martins Deep

MARTINS DEEP is a Nigerian poet & photographer. He is passionate about documenting muffled stories of…

Time and other photography|Arun Kapur

Enigmatic. Charismatic. Passionate. Lover of life and all truths that unite the world together. A rebel…

The Black Stars in Bright Places Album By Ishaq Adekunle

ISHAQ ADEKUNLE is a Nigerian Writer and visual artist. He is ardent and eager to tell…

Spirit Merge as Nature|Stephen Mead

STEPHEN MEAD is an Outsider multi-media artist and writer. Since the 1990s he’s been grateful to…

As we become one arts by Edward Lee

EDWARD LEE is an artist and writer from Ireland. His paintings and photography have been exhibited…

Good poetry for me is one that takes stylistic and thematic risks | A Conversation with Uche Nduka

Libretto had a conversation with award winning Poet and songwriter. Uche Nduka is a poet, essayist,…

A Conversation with Su’ur. Su’eddie Vershima Agema

Libretto had a discussion with award winning Nigerian writer and publisher, Su’ur. Su’eddie Vershima Agema. Su’ur…