First Day of Kindergarten, Winner of the 2019 Prize for Fiction – By Temi Iwalaiye

They say that there is no place like home, but what if home is hell?

STORY NUMBER 4, Winner of the 2018 Prize for Fiction – By Elizabeth Johnson

                     In the corner to the left of the entrance of the cheap fast food joint, two friends, both female, sat

Stained Asphalt, Winner of the 2017 prize for fiction – by Anthony Madukwe

If you gripped my shoulders today, shook me hard and yelled at me to say just one thing to my younger self, I would laugh at you and tell you

KNOCK, KNOCK – By Caleb Ajinomoh

                                                  KNOCK, KNOCK I never quite learned to knock. It had little to do with upbringing, or courtesy, or even a lack of respect for peoples’ privacies; I simply didn’t learn to knock. Maybe it had something to do with my peculiar left-handedness. Older people told you what hand to Continue Reading