Writers’ Corner: Five Reasons Your Book Needs A Review Taking your precious time to carefully put pen to paper to write a book, fiction or non-fiction, poem or prose, religious or secular, academic or literary, is a sacrificed that needs to pay off.
Reinhard Bonnke was an inspiration to many Christians all over the world. His lives was a strong reference point to the fact that there is still a lot to be done. He is a foremost Evangelist and missionary during his years as an active soul winner.
7 Powerful Women in Nollywood In recent times, women have been playing huge roles in the progress of the Nigerian film industry. On like the formative years of Nollywood, women, are now spearheading the telling of the Nigerian s
A Lawmaker representing Ibadan West in the House of representative shared a story of how he sent a transformer to a community in his constituency, which has been without electricity for years. The electricity transformer got to the location where
Prose / Poems
I recall being involved in an accident during my service year. Fortunately for me, I got out without a scratch. I wondered what I would have done if I had lost my life or a limb in the process. Who would I hold responsible for that ghastly occurrence
Otosirieze Obi-Young is a young person and storyteller that is helping other storytellers strive. He is the Deputy Editor of Brittle Paper since 2016. Otosirieze’s short stories have appeared in The Threepenny Review, Dazed Digital and Transition.
Short Prose: "Men's Conspiracy" Joshua Oyenigbehin I sense a conspiracy. I could smell a big rat, a smell that is as overwhelming as the voice of my mother over the phone. Her voice was unusually high, her pitch assertive. I felt her new marriage ha
Book Review: Helon Habila’s “Waiting For A Angel”, A Tragedy Of A Nation. Helon Habila’s “Waiting for an Angel” has given us reason to reflect on oppression, tyranny and their implication on the lives of ordinary people. People who are curiously loo
The Beauty Of Being Used Camille realized something today as she watched the man move above her ferociously, wondering how much longer before he gives out. The art of sex didn’t fancy her, not anymore. It was something you gave to men to get what yo