Literary Zone

Short Story-----Red Apple

By Karamoh Kabba. Red Apple is not just another grocery store - it’s a way of life for Africans in the Washington Metropolitan area. It’s situated at (...)

| January 2006 | 655 views

Poetry----Cry Sierra Leone

Cry Sierra Leone By Mohamed Boye Jallo Jamboria On High We Exhaulted thee ;Land meant for the free! Free no more are your Children and (...)

| January 2006 | 728 views

Poetry-----"Enough is Enough"

“Enough is Enough” By Roland Bankole Marke Handicapped by an engraved segregation A germ of servitude antibiotics never cure Cancerous monster (...)

| December 2005 | 476 views

Short Story---Wara’s War On Terror

By Karamoh Kabba. Wara’s War on Terror “My left leg is cold, I mean real cold and numb.” Wara complained. She massaged and exercised it, and applied (...)

| December 2005 | 618 views

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 (...)

| November 2005 | 409 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 (...)

| November 2005 | 698 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 (...)

| October 2005 | 567 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 the (...)

| October 2005 | 1662 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 (...)

| October 2005 | 649 views

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 (...)

| August 2005 | 621 views