Nonfiction

Let’s Talk About Something Else — An Excerpt

By Suzanne Ushie—


Two months to the day Uzilibe’s boss groped her, she emptied her drawers and cleared her desk. As her colleagues trooped into her cubicle to say goodbye, she wondered which version of the story they’d heard. The …

A Tale of Age and Passion

A Review of Yewande Omotoso’s The Woman Next Door by Tade Ipadeola—


 

Insight too astonishing to be quite fortuitous, to paraphrase Amy Clampitt, is what a reader of Yewande Omotoso’s new novel, The Woman Next Door, encounters page

The Psychology of Reward

A Review of H J Golakai’s The Lazarus Effect by Ekweremadu Uchenna—


 

The opening pages of The Lazarus Effect, in which an investigative journalist is haunted by the “ghost” of a teenager, reminds one of Hamlet, in which an …

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