“She Called Me Woman: Nigeria’s Queer Women Speak” now out!

I’m really excited to announce the book I edited along with Chitra Nagaraja and Azeenarh Mohammed is available! “She Called Me Woman” is an anthology of real stories told to us by queer women from across Nigeria. We spoke to women from different economic, religious and educational backgrounds, from Maiduguri to Imo, Zamfara to Ondo. Both the Kindle and paperback versions are available for on Amazon UK. If you’re in Nigeria, you can buy the book from any Cassava Republic outlet.

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Debug analysed by Zaynabtyty Quadri

OkadaBooks has been supportive of my writing and it’s both humbling and exciting. They reviewed my flash fiction “Debug” (published by Omenana) for their Literally…What’s Hot? series on Bella Naija. Here’s what Zaynabtyty had to say This flash fiction about a Robin-hood house-girl who just happens to be a robot is a must read! Debug

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Yoyin of the Captivating Form

One story of mine that seems to be quite popular is “Yoyin of the Captivating Form”. Published in Expound Magazine, “Yoyin of the Captivating Form” tells the love story of The Man Who Used to Be a Hunter and Yoyin. The reception and positive feedback this story has received really leads me to believe that