• My Name is Esan

    The day promised to be very hot. He had his bath and still felt sticky, Esan imagined it was because of the dream. His nose still twitched from the smoke.... Read more

    Posted on 29 May 2021 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Conversation with Pamela Elakwachi

    Conversation with Pamela Elakwachi

    I remeber in myyoung days, discussing your mentrual circle was seenas good manners. Your mother never even called it a menstrueal cycle. She simple asked you... Read more

    Posted on 27 May 2021 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Conversation with Sehinde Odimayo

    Conversation with Sehinde Odimayo

    First time I met him, his quiet exterior defined for me that I was meeting an artist. Finely bred with an almost other- wordly preoccupation. Punctilious in... Read more

    Posted on 21 May 2021 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • The Age of Reflection

    I am learning a few things. I still write. I am grateful. I am learning though man’s ability for hate. Our indolence to watch the reputation and Goodwill ofs... Read more

    Posted on 03 April 2021 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Centerspread with Gbenga Adeku

    Centerspread with Gbenga Adeku

    When you hear the word artist, all types of pictures come to your mind. If you are wealthy, you fancy a Picasso? Impressionist? Surreal? If like me the names... Read more

    Posted on 02 March 2021 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Giving as a Gift

    I was thinking of this lately.I felt I had become a charity case. As I got older, I was stunned to come across friends who rarely said anything. One particular... Read more

    Posted on 04 December 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • After Effects of I NEED TO KNOW…. VINCE

    The last post I had here was sharing some of my thougghts of my experiences. I chatted about writing the television series I NEED TO KNOW. I decided to reach ou... Read more

    Posted on 03 November 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Growing old…I NEED TO KNOW

    Growing Old….. I NEED TO KNOW Some twenty years or more ago, I was an enthusiastic writer of a drama series I NEED TO KNOW, Most of the cast and crew were... Read more

    Posted on 26 October 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Yesterday’s Meadow,Tomorrow’s Horizon

    I used to wonder what I would feel like as I approach seventy. I remember when I was 69 my children smiled and said my seventieth was going to be their show, I... Read more

    Posted on 23 September 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Lifting up

    I have had quite a lot of conflicting thoughts lately. I usually go into a contemplative mood as my birth month and date approaches. This year, it was markedly... Read more

    Posted on 01 September 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • The Ultimate

    Most times, I wonder how as humans we always come to a flat level. The personal… ultimately we are concerned with ourselves. I always wanted an answer..why is... Read more

    Posted on 24 August 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Does He Know My Name?

    Is there an affliction for the aged? First time I saw such a prayer I hesitated to say amen. I was curious. I asked myself that question. I am tired of all type... Read more

    Posted on 22 August 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Become a Toastmaster Like Me

    I have not chatted for a while but quite a lot of experiences lately has made this necessary. I have a reason to share. Do you remember when I talked about bein... Read more

    Posted on 20 August 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • How Do You Count?

    I am looking forward to my 70th birthday. I am confused though. How do I count? The day after my 70th I will technically be on the first day of 71st right? Read more

    Posted on 19 June 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • The Lesson to Forgive Yourself

    The grave smiles and beckons. You look forward to another existence, but this has large question marks you need to answer. Your children, as you hope to feel yo... Read more

    Posted on 08 June 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Conversations..Covid 19

    I am still on my conversation trip. The recent conversation I am having at the moment is the concept of being a human being. I ask myself, hat it really means t... Read more

    Posted on 19 May 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Coronavirus Thomas

    This is a contribution from young woman in a learning group that I belong to. CORONAVIRUS THOMAS by Patricia Ejemeriona Malam Bala held tenaciously onto his... Read more

    Posted on 13 May 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Conversations…Gerry Huntman

    Some ten years ago, I gingerly came on Facebook. I came determined to learn a few things but also I was fearful. I made my first trip to an online writing... Read more

    Posted on 07 May 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Conversations

    Sometimes you never know the end of a relationship. Sometimes, you also never know the content and depth of one. Today, I will be starting a series which I... Read more

    Posted on 06 May 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE
  • Elizabeth Lang

    Elizabeth Lang

    I usually wake up early, so it was normal to do so today. As usual, picked up my phone and switched it on. I saw her face and smiled instinctively. Read more

    Posted on 28 February 2020 BOOKS, CULTURE