Tag: Issue 15a

The Photographs of Emeka Okereke

In Emeka Okereke’s Photographs, things come full circle, we are bold to establish the terms of his radicalism, and we realize how acculturated he has become to the mannerisms of his sight. Take the fact that he has worked mostly …






NOBODY saw them arrive.

But believe me when I say that everyone knew when they left; none of us on that street will forget even if we lived to be hundred.

They were two …

Prequel to The History Issue

To end the year, Saraba offers you a prefatory remark on our forthcoming History Issue: a short story and an essay.

Toni Kan’s short story reenacts a moment of historical turbulence; turbulent given that the strangeness of fiction cannot compensate

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