Fiction | The Tripod Effect

THE TRIPOD EFFECT The Smiths were unable to conceive children and decided to use a surrogate father to start their family. On the day the surrogate father was to arrive, Mr. Smith kissed his wife and said, “I’m off. The man should be here soon” Half an hour later, just by chance a door- to-door […]

Man’s Extinction? | Stefn Sylvester Anyatonwu

They’re here. God! They’ve found you! To run or hide? Your limbs needs no deliberation. You sprint off. Light’s speed. Breathless! Their vision is based on movement. You’re spotted. They give chase. Hot chase. Relentless! ‘Run!’ You hear your mother’s voice echoing from wherever. You are startled. You halt. Turn around. No human in sight. […]

Interview with Agwam Kessington | Author of The Sons Of Hades

I started writing at a very young age. I wrote poems and gave it to people, I believed poems could make the world a better place and humans can be more happier. I still do.  Victoria B. Willie interviews Agwam Kessington, author of The Sons Of Hades, a crime thriller published by Poemify PublishersVictoria: So can you tell us a […]

New Book Alert | The Sons Of Hades by Agwam Kessington

A retired detective is faced with a deadly threat after coming out of retirement to find the link connecting the series of homicides occurring in the city of Lagos. He’s face with two decisions; to solve the case or lose his family. The Author: Agwam Kessington was born on the 24th of March 1999. He […]

Orange Moon | Download Free Fiction eBook by Priye Bokumo

Safe in her bed with her hymen broken, her heart could be next but the thought never crossed her mind, rather she busied herself in recollecting moments of the sex. She’d hoped her first time would be one of pleasures but never expected to get ‘raptured’. Cuddling her pillow she listened to Logic’s Broken People, […]

Broken Bottles | Short Story by Victoria B. Willie

Broken Bottles “‘Bestie’, ‘bestie’, ‘bestie’. That’s how pant will shift and you will not know “. Uluoma said to her sister, Nina.  The latter smiled, fiddling with her phone. It was apparent the smile wasn’t for Uluoma but for the ‘bestie’ in question.  “Am I not talking to you, Nina?” Another smile. The chat was […]

The Export | Short Story by Ekeson Egwuonwu

THE EXPORT I actually didn’t know what Old Prof wanted from me. He helped me, fine. I know, but I hadn’t asked him to bundle me into his sentiments. On several attempts, he couldn’t allow me say a single word while we had conversation in front of a glowing fire, that stroke of the night. […]

New Book Alert! Files Of The Heart – by Iwu Jeff

Iwu Jeff- FILES OF THE HEART (a novel) Book DescriptionShackled by fear, Chinwe Obinna’s second to none, reminiscences the tales of her life, filed away in her heart. Her life is woven and shaped by her brother’s scratch of love, living objectively in a society where moral decadence, terrorism, conflict, killings and kidnapping threaten the […]

Flash Fiction: The Fall – Stefn Sylvester Anyatonwu

‘Not again, please. Must you do this everyday?’ Adam protested. ‘I’ll make it snappy, my lord. I hear rumours of new creatures’ His stomach rumbles. He gives in. She stoops beside him, her breasts brushing his ribs. One… two… ten… eleven… thirteen…eighteen… She counted until she got the last rib. ‘Aha! Complete’ She affirmed. Satisfied. […]

Featured Fiction: Passion Of The Ragman (For Easter)

This is an old yet beautiful story that’s analogous to what our Savior went through. In the spirit of Easter, I thought it wise to share this story here. I hope you enjoy the read. Passion Of The Ragman (For Easter) I saw a strange sight. I stumbled upon a story most strange, like nothing […]

Featured Fiction: A Bang & The Vow – Fiction by Ude Ugo

We looked each other in the eye as the priest read from his missal. I blushed like a teenager when Clyde winked and I felt my legs wobble when he bit his lips, talk about liquid torture. I gave him my ‘I’ll- deal-with-you- later’ look and he smiled. We were too engrossed in our reverie […]

Featured Fiction: Girl On Fire By Ude Ugo

Ibim, what have you done!  Your mother screamed as she rushed to carry you. She looked at the last pages of her journal as the flames in the hearth eat them up and notices how you ogle at it. She shakes her head, children and curiosity, she mutters. *** Mother was wrong. You weren’t just […]

A Cowboy Shoulda Known

I’ll leave this circle soon, he said. “Take me with you, please” she pleaded, passionately boring holes in his soul with her long hard stares punctuated with longings hard to explain. Won over with promises as such as read in romance tales, he gave in. I will. But will you be mine until the end […]

Call For Submission: 2018 Bristol Short Story Prize

The 2018 Bristol Short Story Prize is open for entries. The competition is open to all writers around the world whether published or unpublished, UK or non-UK based. 20 stories will be shortlisted and published in Bristol Short Story Prize Anthology Volume 11. The winner and 2 runners up will be selected from the shortlist and announced at […]

Call For Submission

Writers Space Africa, an international literary magazine which features rich diversity of writings from African writers to a global audience, is calling for submissions for the February Edition. The theme of the edition is LOVE. Guidelines: Send your creative piece while considering the following:  1. Articles/Essays: 1,200 words. 2. Drama: 1,000 words. 3. Flash Fiction: […]

(18+) Mitchie Milks Mark

Once a month she would wear something sexy beneath her charcoal trouser suit, something only she could know. She had stopped counting the months since her last date, let alone her last fling. She wondered what had happened to her. She used to take risks. She used to be spontaneous. She was embarrassed that she […]

7 Ways to Banish Boredom From Your Blog Posts

What Makes Blog Posts Dull My platform personality is the Professor. The Professor loves the facts. He loves to learn why things are the way they are. Then he finds great joy in sharing that knowledge with anyone who will listen. The challenge for us Professor types is keeping our thrilling knowledge interesting to our […]