Gabriel O. Udensi is the current Abia State Chairman of the Association of Nigerian Christian Authors and Publishers (ANCAPS), He is a published author of several books on Amazon, Okadabooks, Bambooks and Lulu platforms. In this comprehensive interview with Wole Adedoyin, he shared with him some facts surrounding his Christian writing career. WHAT INSPIRED YOU … Continue reading Your Book Could Be The Answer To Someone’s Prayer – Gabriel O. Udensi
Politicians Are Not Known To Be Often Swayed By Art And Women Have A Unique Role And Power In The Arts And Human Rights World – Tom Block, Ihraf Founder Tom Block is an artist, writer and activist best known for the development and implementation an activist art theory, “Prophetic Activist Art.” His activist work … Continue reading Women Have A Unique Role And Power In The Arts And Human Rights World – Tom Block, Ihraf Founder
Ibadan Book Club, one of the reading arms of the Society of Young Nigerian Writers (SYNW) has partnered with Race Course, a newly established leisure centre recently cited inside the Lekan Salami Stadium Adamasingba to promote and revive moribund reading culture in Ibadan and Oyo State in general. This was contained in a statement signed … Continue reading Ibadan Book Club To Revive And Promote Reading Culture In Oyo State
The Society of Young Nigerian Writers, SYNW, is pleased to announce the publication of the most authoritative and most compelling collection of poems, articles, essays and interviews in honor of the legendary Late Prof. Jerry Anthony Agada (May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace). For a mighty iroko and a household name like Prof. … Continue reading Synw Releases A New Publication In Honour Of Late Prof Jerry Agada
Apprehension… Expectation… My heart races within my chest Magnetizing… Captivating… Her luscious lips, they call to me Fantasizing… Palpitating… This to be, or, not to be Calculating… Salivating… I think I saw her wink at me Resolution… Determination… I thrust my lips towards hers Paralyzing… Stupefying The slap I got on my face!
I came when the sky was starry When the night was silvery And gentle wind wandered about like an overfed boy child Not in a manger like the glorious King Nor wealthy palace like Diana’s Harry But somewhere in the world that was not too thorny and exquisite. I was received with love, for in … Continue reading My birthday
Two weeks after she had been sacked. For whatever reason that she doesn’t understand or know or disclose to by her boss or other workers. And throughout these two weeks, she had been calling her boss to ask what wrong she might have done that earned her ‘get out of here!’ But what the boss … Continue reading The summary of betrayal
Episode 1 ‘My dillema’ On my way, I heard my little bro calling out to one of his friends. It’s monday morning and everyone is going to their different destinations except me cause I have nowhere to go. Okay this is my story, my name is sophie and I will be 19 by December although … Continue reading My dillema
I just want to feel you Let’s go anywhere that we can finally Be together you and me entirely Free from all the worries that binds I want to wake up to you To see you when I wake up staring at me My hands inside yours clasped very tightly Knowing that you’re always beside. … Continue reading Sunset
A yawn escapes the lips of Feyi as she scrolls through her mailbox. “Same old. Same old,” she mutters and sighs. For the past couple of months, she had applied and re-applying to various outlets for job opportunities. She graduated later than usual at the age of 26 and was waiting for feedback from the … Continue reading Goddess Awakening chapter 1
We first met Ana at a dinner party in Ikoyi. It was hard not to look at this red haired beautiful girl in a sleeveless mini gown that hugged her petite but voluptuous body. It was hard and Sophia noticed. “Why not talk to her,” She whispered to me whilst handing me a glass of … Continue reading The red girl
read part one here: http://www.naijastories.com/2019/05/the-chronicles-of-koruga/ But, this news of my father meant little to me. As far as I was concerned, he was a distant memory I knew nothing about. As I mused and ate, a flurry of commotion broke out in the lunch and she walked in. Everyone was afraid of her and as … Continue reading THE CHRONICLES OF KORUGA Part 2.
A warm fire blossoms inside the confines of the fireplace as charred embers and soot ascend towards the skies through a red bricked chimney. From the window she watches the clouds sail across the sea of shining stars. The air in the house had suddenly become chilly and this had nothing to do with the … Continue reading While she slept.
Kadija, ” Why are you taking this whole thing too seriously?! You weren’t supposed to catch feelings remember?! This was supposed to be a run in the park, now you’re messed up.” “This isn’t the time to crusify me Dija, I’ve always told you to give me shorter jobs; in and out no stress. It … Continue reading In the wrong
The phenomena in my country In recent times, like aphrodisiacs, Are jerking my quills With erection to wind another yarn. My paper lays bare On my night bed Like a waiting bride on her first night, And I will write Yet another tabloid On fantastic corruption in Nigeria again. Can we ever gather together Without … Continue reading The Shakeup