Publication

#23, Fake Truths

Is a well-told lie better than a thousand facts? At no point in human civilization has the amount of information available exceeded the capacity to interrogate it in full. What has always seemed true is the inclination of many to …

#22, Open

What is there to say? This issue is dedicated to the elliptical, to places liminal and in-between, to ideas explored in part. The stories and poems are not inchoate. Far from it—each deliberately expresses an irrepressible emotion. But our editorial

#21, Transitions

In our first print issue, “Transitions,” the stories, essays, poems, and photographs consider movement, journeys, departures, and exchange.

 

FICTION

Irenosen Okojie, Magnata

Amarachi Ekekwe, The Funeral

Eboka Chukwudi Peter, The Self-Guaged Artist

T J Benson, Pretty Bird

Ebele Mogo, …

#19-20, Power and Money

An issue exploring the entwined themes of power and money, what narratives or poetry they inform.

Fiction by Akin Adesokan, Zoë GadegbekuAlithnayn Abdulkareem, and IfeOluwa Nihinlola. Poetry by  Afolabi Boluwatife, Yemi Adesanya, Kirby Manià, Novisi Dzitrie, Eniola Anuoluwapo …

Special Issue: Etisalat Prize

In collaboration with Etisalat and the Etisalat Prize for Literature, Saraba Magazine presents a special issue on the 2015 edition of the prize. This issue includes in-depth conversations with the shortlisted and long listed authors—…

#18, Crime

On the occasion of our 7th anniversary, we present our eighteenth issue and a supplementary poetry chapbook. In the crime issue, Arthur Anyaduba on an African in Winnipeg who takes the law into his hands; Katung Kwasu reflects on coordinating …