Agbowo’s Issue IV is out!


Agbowo is growing to be a foremost African art company. That’s what it says in the About section on their website.

Four issues, an Arts event and an e-Publishing platform later, and this is starting to look something like the truth.

The latest issue of Agbowo, going by the theme of Chaos, features poetry, prose-fiction, interviews as well as art and photography from African creatives continent-wide–one of which is prose-fiction writer and my good friend, Erere Onyeugbo.

I had the privilege of reading this story before it came out and I promise you will be blown away by the suspenseful plot and her exceptional storytelling ability.

Editor-in-Chief Moyosore Orimoloye writes in his introductory note “all the works in this issue invite your participation and have no need for interpreters and the necessarily limited scope of our references.”

You can read Erere Onyeugbo’s Gravity God and all the ther works featured in Agbowo’s Issue 4: Chaos by downloading your very own free copy here.

Let me know your honest thoughts on my friend’s story and the entire issue in the comments.

Happy Reading!

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Amie

Amarachi Ike writes from Enugu, where she is currently studying Medicine at the University of Nigeria. She is an essayist, fiction writer, blogger and aspiring author.

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