Tag Archives: African writing.

MEMOIRS OF A REPENTANT SLUT ~ Episode 18

The mention of Amaka made me stood still. Which Amaka? My Amaka or another one? I had to satisfy my curiosity. . . “Please sirs and mas, which Amaka are we talking about here?” I asked inquisitively. “And who are you to question a family matter?” the man who is claiming Amaka’s paternity fired back. … Continue reading MEMOIRS OF A REPENTANT SLUT ~ Episode 18

A Quick Drop And A Sudden Stop

Chimuanya stared at the green curtain billowing softly from the cool breeze that Thursday evening. The pillow underneath her head was as flat as the novel beside her. Her small flat, on the fourth floor, smelt intensely of putrid meat. She suddenly couldn’t take it anymore. There hadn’t been electricity in the house for three … Continue reading A Quick Drop And A Sudden Stop