african writers

Prose Poetry: Chidera And Her Many Smiles of Pain

I wrote this prose poetry to highlight the typical plights of women and girls that I often hear and read about on the news.

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How Elizabeth Gilbert Compels Us to Seek Our Bliss

I’ve read “Eat, Pray, Love” several times. I don’t recall whether the first time I read it was in highschool or university. What I know is that it made me emotional reading it the first time. It made me emotional because the author was very honest about her feelings. Her dissatisfaction with her life and […]

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Blogger Collab: What I Appreciate About Nigeria from Life Abroad

I’ve been back in Nigeria for ten months now. When I speak to others, people often ask why I came back to Nigeria? Well, I came back to Nigeria because I’m not an American citizen. I was in New York for my studies on a student visa. After I graduated, I was able to extend […]

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Lady on the Move: Q &A with Sophie Audu

She heads into the showroom with a cup of tea and a morning snack to start her workday. She begins to check emails and schedules appointments. She later sets up display pieces, maps out a plan for the day and surfs interior design sites for the latest news and trends. As clients begin to troop […]

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