Tag Archives: Adebayo Caleb

Nature’s Little Gifts

Nature’s Little Gifts

There are times in life when the creaking of the night insects, the chirping of the birds, the buzzing of the toilet flies, the cheeky wheezing of mosquitoes and the pristine way of a budding plant needling its way into prominence, do not mean anything other than another day gliding by. At such times, humans- … Continue reading Nature’s Little Gifts

Revisiting The Caine Prize

Very recently, I stumbled on Tope Folarin’s ‘Miracle’, the award-winning Caine prize story for African writing for 2013. He happens to be the fourteenth winner of this prize. His story clinched the award among fine authors like Elnathan John, Abubakar Ibrahim and Chinelo Okparanta. This work of his is a fast-paced literary narrative that is exquisitely … Continue reading Revisiting The Caine Prize