I like the beginning of this story particularly because it’s a foreshadowing of other things I plan to do with the whole On the Ceiling project. It’s (hopefully) more than just an 8-part short story series, although it’s that too. For this reason, I’m going to post a longer “sneak-peak” excerpt than I usually do. […]Read More Kuukua and the Cavorting Cups
Making it past halfway of any project these days is a milestone – especially for me, with my artistic commitment issues and the tragic tendencies of vim to die. But we still in this thing! And OTC #5 will be ready for download on Friday, 29th September. 🙂 Making it more than halfway is as […]Read More And she’s back for the second half!
I think everything I’m saying is obvious, but you never know in this world. In any case, things that are known don’t suffer from being articulated again. So, here we go. As far as I can see, if anyone truly professes to be fighting for a cause that is in any way bigger than them, […]Read More Stating the Obvious (I Think)
Author: Nnedi Okorafor. I recently decided that Nnedi Okorafor is currently my favorite fiction author. Last year, right after I read Who Fears Death, I think I declared it my new favorite novel, and for sure, Onyesonwu (the main character of Who Fears Death) is my favorite fictional character at the moment, so it’s like […]Read More My Thoughts: Lagoon
Hello there! I have GREAT NEWS. My friends have published a book! A real, actual, physical book, can you believe it? I’m so proud of Rodney Assan and Fui Can-Tamakloe! Made in Ghana is an anthology of short stories of Ghana, by Ghanaians, for Ghanaians – and whomever else. Oh… and did I mention I wrote […]Read More It’s Made in Ghana, and It’s Lit!
We stood overlooking the city from a hill. After I had seen the world from a space station and galaxies in their glory, the awe stuck to me like the stubbornest kind of residue. It was through those lenses that I observed with the one beside me. Presently, he said to me, “It’s so arbitrary, […]Read More Half the Glory (a narrative poem)
Dear Upcoming Creator/Artist, I hope you find your target audience, and I hope you realize early enough who your target audience is even composed of. Some of us are fortunate enough to start our creative endeavors from a community we have long since been entrenched in. However, some of us have not. Some of us […]Read More Dear Upcoming Creator/Artist