As we say, long time! Happy new year, eku subsidy and everything.
Where have I been? Well, not to london to see the Queen. I've been so busy with school work. I am back now and hope to update this blog as often as I can.
While I have been away from the blogosphere, so much has happened and wonderful people like Chioma have been keeping you (and I) updated about the world of literature.
If you have not been keeping up with her blog, do go there now and check out some of the information she has up there.
Saraba's Sex and Sexuality issue
Saraba Magazine’s 11th Issue will explore the subject of sex and sexuality – sex as ‘being’ and sex as ‘doing.’ How does sex manifest itself as a question of personhood, difference, affection, rights, protest, etc.
The Publishers and Editors hope to recieve diverse submissions of poetry, fiction and non-fiction that reflect the open-ended parenthesis that surrounds/reflects the diversity of sex and sexuality. Our bias is for work that is experimental in form and organic in outlook /subtleties. Learn more here.
Artists working in any medium and writers expressing themselves in any form or genre are invited to submit work for the tenth issue of ITCH Online. The "theme" is: ≠
You are free to interpret this theme in any way that you wish, to speak to or against it, to explore or ignore it.
Submissions will be accepted until 29 February 2012. Learn more here.
Tune in tomorrow for Fiction Friday!
What She Thinks: All the best!