Literary Zone

Poetry------ Of Hope and Dinosaurs

By Syl Cheyney-Coker Always, we searched in the stone river, while the slaughterhouse was waiting for us, long before we turned the saccharin of words (...)

| November 2005 | 396 views

Poetry---The Changing Face of God

By Mohamed Boye Jalloh-Jamboria. THE CHANGING FACE OF GOD (A LAMENTATION FROM THE OTHER FACES OF THE WORLD) WE ARE WORLDS APART ;YET SO NEAR, WE ARE (...)

| November 2005 | 399 views

Poetry---Letter to a Tormented Playwright

By Syl Cheney-Coker. (for Yulisa Amadu Maddy) Amadu I live alone inside four walls of books some I have read others will grow cobwebs or maybe like (...)

| November 2005 | 648 views

Short Story--- A Secret with Endimbaekena

By Karamoh Kabba. When it rains, it pours: And it has been pouring on and off since April. Past halfway into the rainy season in mid August, it rains for (...)

| October 2005 | 523 views

When Sierra Leone was a Lion

In this poem that was apparently precipitated by the recent sudden and shocking death of Sierra Leone’s Immigration boss, Gloria Newman-Smart,one of (...)

| October 2005 | 1619 views

Book Review: Drumbeats of War

History of Violence, Violence of History: A Review Essay on Drumbeats of War by Gbanabom Hallowell, Published by Author House, 2004, Pp. 115. By James (...)

| October 2005 | 597 views

I Remember, a poem by Simon Moleke Njie

I Remember, a poem by Simon Moleke Njie

I Remember I remember my last day With you And of wiping your tears. I remember asking you Why you were crying And of saying- ’I thought you (...)

| August 2005 | 574 views

Poetry: Night Shift Workers

’Nightshift Workers’ is a meditation on the travails of members of the world’s oldest profession.At the best of times, this is a (...)

| August 2005 | 1673 views

Writing and Being

By Nadine Gordimer, Nobel Prize for Literature, 1991. In the beginning was the Word. The Word was with God, signified God’s Word, the word that was (...)

| August 2005 | 608 views

The Antilles: Fragments of Epic Memory

The Trinidadian poet, Derek Walcott, was honoured with the Nobel prize for Literature in 1997. In this speech delivered on the ocassion, he gives us a (...)

| July 2005 | 644 views