By Nashira Baril
What is the point in collecting and fighting over garbage at stopover?There is a point only if it is unclear.
It is just that simple, yet we can struggle with it so! Fast finding one’s happiness means…
Queen Idia: The Face of Women’s Liberation
Queen Idia was a famous warrior and wife of Oba Ozolua of Benin Kingdom around 1481 AD; She became the first…
I inhale — almost as if to fill my lungs
for the last time
The tension builds inside
It swells in my chest, climbs to my throat
I am a soul, I do not have a name, my last life was as a “STREET DOG” on planet Earth. Dog is a primitive…
Sometimes people and/or events remind us of where we come from and who we are. This photo is a depiction of who I am and where I come from. I can write several different reflections from this one picture because it is so meaningfully profound to me.
Though questioning or retelling mythology is not new to Telugu literature, Vimuktha, a collection of five short stories by…