Transcript – Online Real-Time Chat with Ikhide R. Ikheloa

Myne: hello Ikhide and Laura, good morning Ikhide: Good morning, Myne! Myne: Thanks for being on time Ikhide: Sure Tola Odejayi: Morning, Ikhide Ikhide: Morning, Tola! Tola Odejayi: So Ikhide, I found your ‘self-bio’ very interesting… what do political views have to do with the eating of red meat? Ikhide: Oh, don’t mind Myne, it … Continue reading Transcript – Online Real-Time Chat with Ikhide R. Ikheloa

The Preacher and the Prostitute 1

The Preacher and the Prostitute 1

I sat up straight as the pink door curtain in front of me parted, announcing an entrant. Led by her sweet and subtle perfume, she slowly stepped into the dimly-lit room, releasing the curtains to wrinkle respectfully behind her. I inhaled. A hint of jasmine. She paused, made eye contact with me, and then flashed … Continue reading The Preacher and the Prostitute 1

From Me, Just for HER.

From Me, Just for HER.

Days of hays Hay, good days When the sun shines so bright Bringing forth a lofty plight Forever, Till eternity My Joy will witness no calamity ‘Cos -Titi-Ni-Ayo, a worthy ‘affinity’ What a combination of name and ‘dexterity’ Olami-ti-de’, I can audibly shout! That at ‘Edun’s clan’, lies the beauty lounge For me to to … Continue reading From Me, Just for HER.

Literary Cafe and Poetry competition at the Rise library, Lagos

Literary Cafe and Poetry competition at the Rise library, Lagos

The second literary cafe event has been scheduled; Date: Friday, 5th of August,2011. Venue:  Risenetworks Library, No 20, Bayode Oluwole street, by Balogun street, off Awolowo way, Ikeja, Lagos. Time: 3:00pm Featured writers: Oyindamola Affinnih, Author of Two gone, still counting, Temitayo Ilori, author of Doom’s wing, Tope Apoola, author of Times of the Supermen … Continue reading Literary Cafe and Poetry competition at the Rise library, Lagos