By PMA|2022-09-15T08:12:03-07:00September 16th, 2022|
Written by Michael Afenfia Dear Gen-Z Geh, I too have suffered loss. First, it was Nichelle Nichols, the black lady from the Star Trek series and movies. She died at 89. I wonder if she would have wanted to [...]
Written by Anuoluwapo Oyekole Dear Emoji Man, Call me B.B.H (Bold But Harmless), never mind about my real name, at least not for now. I’m assuming you’re curious about me – who I am and my intentions for reaching [...]
Will true love grant Nkajima and Dikeh another chance? The Sunday We Fell - Short Stories by Michael Afenfia Let me know what you think in the comment section. Remember to like, share and subscribe to my Social [...]
Tekena Haswell is lucky in life and in most other things, but will his luck hold when he meets Fanta? Sweet Like Fanta - Short Stories by Michael Afenfia Let me know what you think in the comment section. [...]
Michael Afenfia is a diversity, settlement and inclusion practitioner based in Saskatchewan, Canada. He is the author of the critically acclaimed novels, When the Moon Caught Fire, A Street Called Lonely, Don’t Die on Wednesday, The Mechanics of Yenagoa and Rain Can Never Know.