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Room 18

Room 18

“Off your shoes please, we’re quirky and touchy in here.” When you’ve waited a long time to come of age and it finally happens, you have to protect your space from intruders. Moreso from those who don’t respect your right to own your space. They treat it as a trifle and forget that you’ve waited … Continue reading Room 18

The Liberation Of Alhaja And The Keys Of Manhood

The painting is actually an original by an old and late hand in the industry, Wassily Kandisky (1866- 1944). It consists of three rows and four columns of concentric circles beautifully done in a watercolour wash and pencil with a dimension of 28.3 by 31.5cm. It is aptly titled ‘Colour Study: Square and Concentric Circles’ … Continue reading The Liberation Of Alhaja And The Keys Of Manhood

Monty by Philip U. Effiong – Book Review

Monty by Philip U. Effiong – Book Review

“Monty is the byproduct of war, not the actual occurrence, but the usually silent yet brutal aftermath that haunts freely as it achieves untold mental damage. The initial setting is a picturesque refugee camp where life oscillates between the grim, the gothic, and the vicious. It is located in the fictional nation of Beuvera, whose … Continue reading Monty by Philip U. Effiong – Book Review