25th Nov 2016
a-half_formed-thing

SERVIO GBADAMOSI: The Art of Pitching One’s Tent In A Land Without Gatekeepers

Griggs rightly noted that poets are dying. But Poetry is not. How to know: Change the lens through which you watch this stage – where the Okigbos, the Okaras, the Clarks, the...

08th Nov 2016
clinton-trump

AMERICA BEYOND NOVEMBER 8, 2016

I grew up loving American politics, especially how its democracy evolved, blanketed in intimidating intellectuality. But now, the United States, by reducing its political intellectualism to uncivilized shadowboxing and shameless...

15th Oct 2016
ifeoluwa-adeniyi

WRITING, PRIZES AND FEMINISM: Ifeoluwapo Adeniyi Beyond The Bank Of The River

Writers – like every other creative artist – have hearts where fears erect skyscrapers. They are humans who have un-customized upbringings and childhood experiences that would rather live with them...

01st Oct 2016
NATURE REINVENTED: My Encounter With a Museum

NATURE REINVENTED: My Encounter With a Museum

Hello! So I thought to let you know I’m committing to a column that seeks to regularly provide panoramic perceptions into people, places, platforms and products related to arts everywhere...

15th Sep 2015
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NIGERIAN GRADUATES AND THE BIG QUESTION

There’s a long-held dancing tradition in my school. I cannot tell if that annual display of excitement is common to Ladokites, Akokites, FUTArians, UItes, Unilorites and other survivors of the...

19th Jan 2015
Girls' Abduction

I’M A NIGERIAN AND I’M NOT A TERRORIST

My heart is a little heavier than a blue whale, and I really need to pour out my fury! I might not write as well as Wole Soyinka or Chinua...

07th Aug 2014
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NATIONAL CONFERENCE: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

When national issues constantly take forefront, then the nation’s history is on the verge of being redrafted. President Goodluck Jonathan’s inventiveness of a national conference as indicated in his 53rd...

09th Mar 2014
girl-crying

TABERNACLE OF UNSEEN MARVELS

The larger percentage of the community’s members was gathered at the extreme end of the village. The shore of the neighbouring sea was terribly trampled upon by soles – of...

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