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BLOG, Writing

Learning To Love Again

  I know I am a glutton for punishment but I tell myself I create the work to engage with the audience and that is why I read the comments sections of articles I write. Well that is my story and I am sticking with it. I recently read a comment that took a dig […]


Fat Girls Anonymous; You Are Deserving

A friend once shared with me his two most cherished life philosophies which he also shared with his daughter when she was very young. The first; no one has the right to treat you less than you are. The second; unrequited love is bullshit. Well where was he when I was a little girl?  It […]


Beauty and the baggage

My friend the performance artist Wura Natasha Ogunji had just gifted me a 30 by 40 inch framed still shot from one of her performance pieces which I participated in titled ‘Will I still carry water when I am a dead woman’. The shot captures three out of many of us wearing hooded and masked […]

featured, Interviews


The body; ephemeral, temporal, and transient. Though all words synonymous, these  have been some of the terms used to describe its very nature but  yet  its characteristic to clutch at the very essence of ones being remains overwhelming. Glory Edozien and I have become very close friends just within a few years and in moments […]