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It's great to be here. To be where Nigerian literary art is created and shared. I am a writer. I write poetry, songs, novels, thoughts, philosophies and diaries. I am 23 years. I write with a great lot of thing for the art. I began writing sometimes around 2002. I was greatly inspired by other writers. I admired Wole Soyinka. His works to me were impressive. I have been writing my own style, my concepts, and ideas of poetry and prose. You can see my works at www.thejuvenilecrime.blogspot.com www.scriptapoiema.blogspot.com
The Signs And The Hearts- Excerpt

The Signs And The Hearts- Excerpt

‘Ahmad was a twenty-three year old, average bodied, dark, Nigerian male, taking internship with Professor Salim to complete his training in Literary Arts. His intern project was to create and write a fiction book.

Professor Salim was a Sixty-nine year old Professor in Philosophy, slim, fair skinned, grey-haired, Nigerian male, an academic scholar, and civil veteran. He had studied Philosophy in his undergraduate year and had devoted nearly his entire life to further study of the subject until he retired two years ago. He had been active in the civil affairs all his years before his retirement. As Professor Emeritus, even at retirement, he accepted sessions with interns specially recommended to him by local and international institutions.’

REVIEW: The Loudthoz Open Poetry Reading, SeasonII, Episode III- March, 2011

REVIEW: The Loudthoz Open Poetry Reading, SeasonII, Episode III- March, 2011

We couldn’t have enough today at Loudthotz Open Poetry Reading Season II, Episode III. The atmosphere was so charged and everyone was so animated as poets and critics dissected words, and questioned the creative process that crafted them. Fatherleye’s “HERO” used to be a villain, well, until his money answered all things for him and … Continue reading REVIEW: The Loudthoz Open Poetry Reading, SeasonII, Episode III- March, 2011