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Our Stories 5 Comments

14: An Anthology of Queer Art | Vol. 2: The Inward Gaze

Last year, the group simply known as 14 debuted its agenda with an anthology of LGBT art and stories themed “We Are Flowers”, which was very well received. This year,

Our Stories 15 Comments

Chibuihe Obi: We’re Queer, We’re Here!

Originally published on brittlepaper.com The first time I felt compelled to document the queer body in my writing was during my second year at the university. I had this toe-curling

Editor's Desk 6 Comments

Facebook Post Of The Day XIX

Have you gotten your copy of the Queer Art Anthology, We Are Flowers? Get yours and download for a friend too, gay or straight. Spread the word.

James' Journal 12 Comments

JAMES’ JOURNAL (Entry 59)

May 5 So I was at Lagos a couple of weekends ago, to deliver a painting and to watch the private screening of Hell Or High Water. I got to

The Happenings 9 Comments

Donald Trump unhappy with ‘unflattering’ portrait by gender-fluid artist

Trump’s legal team has reportedly threatened to sue an artist for painting a nude portrait of the Republican candidate. We’ve seen him seek world domination in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse,

James' Journal 26 Comments

JAMES’ JOURNAL (Entry 54)

January 8 Well, a Happy New Year to all you fabulous people of KD! *appears in a cloud of pink smoke and golden showers* I’m home for the midsession break,

James' Journal 31 Comments

JAMES’ JOURNAL (Entry 51)

November 7 I’ve been perusing a psychology textbook by John Myers. Social psychology. I’d previously read another one of his textbooks and had immensely enjoyed it. It showed me how

Series (Fiction) 31 Comments

Those Awkward Moments (Special) – Meet The Characters

Those Awkward Moments is a story that centers on the life of singer-songwriter, Kevin Achike and how he tries to balance his ambitions with love, family and career, all this

James' Journal 46 Comments

JAMES’ JOURNAL (Entry 38)

June 6 It’s quite unfortunate that I have to chill till Sunday to say this since Caitlyn Jenner would be a bit of stale news. I’m probably going to sound

Profiles 21 Comments

Kenny Badmus and South Africa’s Zanele Muholi Bring The Spotlight on Queer Africa

Established to combat the growing cloud of American isolationism after 9/11, the PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature aims to further the organization’s dedication to the freedom of expression