KITO DIARIES PRIZE FOR WRITING: AND THE WINNERS ARE…

KITO DIARIES PRIZE FOR WRITING: AND THE WINNERS ARE…

From last week’s shortlist, the top ten winners of the Kito Diaries Prize for Writing are:

1. In Praise of Open Doors

2. Not At The War Front

3. More Than The Nothing We Are

4. The Demons You Name

5. The Man In A Gown

6. Where Happiness Is All That Matters

This winning six have been published. Simply click on the name of each title to open its story.

Many people have asked about reading the entries that were considered by the judges. And we are working on compiling all the entries into a collection of short stories that will be made available here in the next couple of months.

Thank you to everyone who participated in this edition of the Kito Diaries Prize for Writing. Thank you for endeavoring to tell your story about how Queer Nigerian Lives Matter.

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  1. Tony
    January 25, 08:48 Reply

    Congratulations to the winners. The compiled entries will be the TOP 21?

  2. Fred
    January 25, 12:15 Reply

    Congratulations to every participant.

  3. Demi
    January 25, 12:33 Reply

    ‘More than than the nothing we are’ was by far my favourite..

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