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Tales of a Nigerian House Wife/ By Addy Jennifer/ Story

“Something must be wrong with your head” shouted my mother in law as she stood up shaking like a bull dog about to pounce on an intruder. She was so angry one would think that I was the cause of all her problems in life. Well, technically, to her, I was. I had bewitched her… Continue reading Tales of a Nigerian House Wife/ By Addy Jennifer/ Story

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Read Chimamanda Adichie’s new short story– How did you feel about it?

A relationship, a seemingly heterogeneous union, a strange character, mildly alien to your person, walking into you, to be part of you-- how do you feel about it? The story from the award winning author and activist. In the quiet carriage we sat angled away from each other. We always rode the quiet carriage, but… Continue reading Read Chimamanda Adichie’s new short story– How did you feel about it?

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Choosing Traditions/ Written by Jennifer Addy/ Short Story

As the evening breeze hit her skin and sent shivers down her spine, she knew it was time to go home.The trees had began to change into unpredictable daunting shadows and the sun was was already falling asleep as she rowed her canoe full of plantains and yams just harvested from her fathers farm across… Continue reading Choosing Traditions/ Written by Jennifer Addy/ Short Story