You An Suicide | Opinion

January 19, 2019 dave 0

What is Suicide?? Suicide, or ending one’s own life, is a tragic event with strong emotional repercussions for survivors and for families of its victims. More than 45,00 people in the U.S. killed themselves in 2016, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, making it the 10th leading […]

Tears of an African girl child |Story

January 18, 2019 dave 0

Who would ever think I would ever soar to be the world celebrated neurosurgeon? Who would have ever whispered to my ears my destiny of separating a Siamese twin which was impossible for most of the renowned neurosurgeons in the whole of America? My exit from Murtala Mohammed Airport in […]

Tavern | Poem by John Grey

January 14, 2019 dave 0

tavern restored to its original look after years of neglect scallops, tiny, cooked in butter not grease food good, price reasonable, owner as friendly as a spaniel fancy glass ceiling bar dark brown, long signs with beautiful lettering, mirrors as sharp as the stars even the urinal is… well what […]

Achebe |Poem

January 11, 2019 dave 0

So they say, I am she who sits behind the curtains of mother’s death crime, her eyes travelled in darkness when mine opened to light, she journeyed beyond I’m that bad omen, that drove father far away and made him a living dead. Achebe It is i Uprooted as the […]

Let Me Just End It All |FICTION

January 9, 2019 dave 2

Everyone loved Tessy and Demola together, they were sibling’s goal to everyone. Their bond was something even their parents couldn’t explain but they were happy their children got along, unlike their neighbor’s children, who were always at each others throat. Tessy was two years older than Demola but they related […]

Interview With Anja Ringgren Loven |Interview

January 7, 2019 dave 15

On the eve of every new year, many persons around the world still have celebrations stuck to their tongues. It was the case in January 30th, 2016, when the internet spoke a viral language. It was a celebration of what would turn out to be an incredible turn-around for a […]

A Popular Nigerian Lawyer Called Gani Fawehinmi l Biography

December 27, 2018 dave 0

Abdul-Ganiyu Oyesola Fawehinmi , GCON , SAN was born on the 22nd day of April, 1938 and died on the 5th of September 2009(71 years). He was a well respected Nigerian author, publisher, philanthropist, social critic, seasoned human and civil rights lawyer, politician and Senior Advocate of Nigeria. HIS EARLY […]

Fubarred- By George Geisinger | Fiction

December 27, 2018 dave 0

Leon Oscarwild came along with Al Douglasson to check out ole Barry Burns at his folks house, late one evening, after the burnout had just gotten out of the state laughing academy down in Dixieland, for the first time around, in his very fleeting youth. Leon had some new wheels […]

Good Old Days | Non-Fiction

December 22, 2018 dave 1

Woodstock was airlifting toxic psychotics to state hospitals, like San Francisco was dealing with the psych emergency of toxic psychotics at Haight Ashbury, even before removing all Americans from Vietnamese soil, and the Federal government was busy plotting ways to benefit from the incapacity of millions of young adult flower […]

Pervasive Peregrination | Poem

December 22, 2018 dave 0

(In the telling course) I have travelled many roads, Down the paved and horrible holes, Where stars of lies appear by noon bright, And the real ceases to come by night. Who really knows maybe the truth is the deads? in this world of flesh or maybe we have scorpions […]