Open Sunday

A Crack In The Head

I didn’t know when I smashed her head into the dresser where she had been packing her makeup kit. I can’t even remember standing up from where I sat. I calmed down when I saw her front tooth fall out, I started begging her not to tell anyone but she took that time to sneak out of the door and run.

Yes Mama

. Yes Mama  by Ada Sonia Igboanugo —————————— “Mummy I am going to be late for school” “I’m coming jor. Can’t you see I’m looking for my car keys? Where are your school bag and lunch pack?” “They are outside” “I hope you didn’t place it on the floor young lady because I will unleash…

Introducing Wazi – TNC’s African Youth Fiction Magazine

Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen, You may have noticed that Open Sundays, Betty Tuesdays and a few other fiction columns have not posted for a while. Well, they aren’t gone, they have simply morphed into something greater. They have become the foundation of Wazi. What is Wazi? Wazi is an African youth fiction magazine. In its pages, you…

Poetry: In The Moment

In The Moment by Miss North ————- On the table I wasn’t thinking about my Journey in 2hours  Or the hurtful goodbye I may have to endure. I wasn’t thinking about facing the wrath of mother   For all the calls I had ignored I wasn’t thinking about all the lies I told And all the…