By Anima Adjepong / @amankrado “Is this one of your daughter’s friends?” I overheard a woman I did not know ask in a language I only vaguely understand. To the woman’s relief, her interlocutor, let’s call her Auntie Ama, responded no. “Good, because we do not want her kind here,” she said. This exchange was […]
By Oulele To tell you about him, I have to tell you about her. It has always been you, it is still all about you. I am not fooling myself, this thing is a desperate attempt to change my situation. To write you down, wrestle you out of my imagination and put you in a […]
By Kagure Dear Family, This is one of those letters. Where you don’t know where to start because you’re scared that to start this will spell the end of something else. Normalcy for one. The way you view me for another.