Published: This is Nigeria (The Grey Anthology)

After weeks of anticipation, the Grey anthology tagged “This is Nigeria” has finally reached completion, and now published. We received over 300 entries from the nooks and crannies of the country, and it was really a rigorous exercise selecting what we considered ‘best’ from the submissions judging by relevance to the theme.

“In my country, we know evil; it’s our countryman”

– Micheal Ace 
Nigeria is ours, and it’s upon us to do what we
can whichever way we can to bring her closer to her revolution. This is what we
have done with this Anthology.

The published authors in this anthology are listed below:

  • Yusuf
    Ismail Abayomi (June Is Dark In My Country)
  • Onyema
    Emmanuel (Green Tragedies)
  • Adebayo
    Titi Matthews (National Harmthem)
  • Udekwe
    Chikadibia (Living Wounds)
  • Temidayo
    Opeyemi Jacob (they Didn’t Tell Us)
  • Bello
    Sodeeq Adekunle (Untitled)
  • Blessed
    Ayeyame (untitled)
  • Emmanuel
    Kolawole Ijalana (Farmgraves)
  • Opara
    Chizaram  Adaobi (Broken Bottles and a Battle
  • Olaniyi
    Ololade Moses (Burning Lines)
  • Henry
    Amami (Prayers In The Rain)
  • Adetayo
    Omotoyosi Adeolu (The Servitude Called Nysc)
  • Johakeem
    Talisman Jude (This Is Nigeria)
  • Dahunsi-Victor
    Olabode (Where I Live)
  • Onatola
    Abiodun (Death Traps And Escape Route)
  • Where
    I Live (Where I Live)
  • Isoboye
    Danagogo (This is Nigeria)
  • James
    Patience Chioma (The Truth-Bleeding Pen)
  • Membis
    Godwin (The Great Country Called Nigeria)
  • Sulaiman
    Sherif Opeyemi  (This is Nigeria)
  • John
    Chizoba Vincent (And Jesus Wept For Nigeria)
  • Ola
    w. Halim (An Ode To Lagos)
  • Tola
    Ijalusi (Naijiria Yi)
  • Adesina
    Ajala (I Do Not Cry)
  • Crystal
    E Poet (Expensive Demons)
  • Muhammadnasir
    Aloba (This is Nigeria)
  • Uchendu
    K Njionye (Green and Red)
  • Michael
    Akuchie (If Justice Should Dare Ask For Help)
  • Elizabeth
    Frank Amara (My Motherland)
  • Abioye
    Samuel Akorede (How To Know Our Names)
  • Odeyemi
    Mubarak (Let’s Live While We Can)
  • David
    A. Olowoeyo (The Devil In Us)
  • Ohioze
    Esther (This is Nigeria)
  • Philip
    C. Abonyi (They Shot God)

First published by ACEworld on August 12, 2018 @ 6:00 am

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