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By Njabulo Goba
Are you drunk? Are you about to drive drunk? Is a man you don't know giving you a drug? Is it orange? Does it taste like cucumber? If you know how it tastes then Stanza has won again, bye bye to you.
Short Story | Updated Oct 9, 2014 | Reads: 24 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
An exciting story of the coming of the white christian missionaries into Africa. The changes, crisis, trials, and the battles.
By Marvin Hill
This is a basic elaboration of the Middle Passages and the ordeals encountered by the enslaved.
By Aishatu G Idris 201
Apart from my apparent love for writing, my reason for choosing to write MEMOIRS OF A MODERN HAUSA GIRL, is to shed light on the worrying issues that affects our society today, especially the issue of marriage. Even though the view of marriage as a union for life, is starting to lose it's...
Novel | Updated Sep 18, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Spirit of Africa rise.
Poetry | Updated May 29, 2014 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 1
By Sonya Lavette Bell
The story takes place in 1962 Chicago, a time of innocence, before the turbulence of the sixties would literally change the world.
The characters are best friends from the Bronzeville neighborhood on Chicago's south side. They are all typical youngsters, wild, carefree, and full of hope, and...
By Victor A
During my time at the University of Toledo I have been fortunate enough to come in contact with professionals who have been instrumental to my growth as a person. This essay tells how I was able to come in contact with my influential mentor, Pariss Coleman.
I remain inclined and rooted in the ideology of communism. A free society that enjoys financial and spiritual freedom.
Article | Updated May 1, 2014 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Colin David
Opinion article about the disparity in American public education.
Just a summary of my past years and whats going on in my life now
By Carole Lanham
Mississippi 1920: Nine year old servant, Hadley Crump, finds himself drawn into a secret world when he is invited to join wealthy Lucinda Browningâ€™s dirty book club. No one suspects that the bi-racial son of the cook is anything more to Lucinda than a charitable obligation, but behind...
By Robert Morritt
Accounts of ancient visitors to America .Emphasis is on corroborating the presence of the appearance of ancient African and Semetic people within the Americas by lithic and cultural evidence. Emphasis is always made to the presence of early societies in Central and South America.
It appears that...
By Cc Chuks
A terse history of Africa, personified as a woman and told with imagery and rhyme.
By Cc Chuks
Africa needs a fix. This writer believes he knows what it is. He traces the problem and proffers a solution.
Essay | Updated Dec 6, 2013 | Reads: 6 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
By Cc Chuks
The Owaro Ajodun, an annual festival to ward off angry spirits, goes terribly wrong. The festival brings peace and order to the realm by appeasing two diametric, hellish spirit races, the impenitent and the vengeful, by rallying offenders for the sake of seeking forgiveness from spirits of the...