Cast announced for The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives

I enjoyed reading the book ‘The secret lives of baba Segi’s wives’ by the Nigerian writer Lola Shoneyin. Now her book has been changed into a colourful piece of theater. In this article you will find more information about the staging in London, United Kingdom.  Visit Semper  


​WITH EACH PASSING  MAY… By Osalam Wosu/ poetry 

after Ko Un’s “If May Passes By forgotten” With each passing day, memories like a plague  Of that day we rose up from the beds bellicose that swallowed us every night  Comes running in a rush back to our minds like our feet  When we ran to Kumnan-no to pursue the night The street of... Continue Reading →

The 5 Writers Shortlisted for the 2018 Caine Prize

The shortlist for the 2018 Caine Prize has been announced. The Caine Prize is awarded to the best 3,000-10,000-word short story by an African writer. The 2017 prize was awarded to Sudanese poet Bushra al-Fadil for his “The Story of the Girl Whose Birds Flew Away.” Here are the five writers, their shortlisted stories, and the magazines where... Continue Reading → Paul Oluwafemi/poetry 

Fire feeds us to be a horse, Look at everywhere, everyone and be glad of your darkness. Look at the faces of everywhere, Faces of everyone and be glad of nights. I’m glad for all the darkness that made me see, for allthe nights that led me to days, all the mountains that made me... Continue Reading →

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