Recent Essays

THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Interview of Eric Gyamfi interviewed by Ama Asantewa Diaka Interviewer:  you categorize yourself as a photographer but your work isn’t practiced as conventionally as other photographers, from your production to your exhibitions, everything you do is peculiar to you. I’d like to know more about your practice. Eric Gyamfi: I...

IN POSTERUM

Poetry by Sedem Appleh He can be a bully sometimes How he’s able to overwork and overwhelm me with my own thoughts And wonder if this very path can create for me the life that I imagined   Uncertainty. Unpredictability. Uneasiness Three fine words that summarizes the way he makes...

Talitha

Poetry by Henrietta Enam Talitha And he took the damsel by the hand, and said unto her, Talitha cumi; which is, being interpreted, Damsel, I say unto thee, arise. —Mark 5:41 KJV   This damsel, I always wonder— Was she surprised at the reversal of her journey? Did she arrive...

IN OUR MINDS

Fiction by Nunya-Nelike Apetsi In Our Minds She lay outstretched on the bed that should soon be her death bed, her head on the pillow which had now become a companion for her numerous thoughts. She looked pale and fragile. Old age had already caught up with her. Her once...

WOMAN LOVE

Poetry by Grace Wood Woman Love The first woman I loved, Was a slumber party dare. Giggling, we faced each other, Bare-faced and clean In bright floral checked pajamas. Her lips parted soft enough To touch mine, And my skull went glittery. I hardly slept that night, Wrapped awake in my...