Perhaps, justice exists.
|Saraba: Justice Issue|
But that's not what this post is about.
There's better news: the 12th Edition of Saraba has been published. The Justice Issue.
The Justice Issue features prolific writers such as: Jumoke Verissimo, Tade Ipadeola, Chioma Iwunze Ibiam, Tonye Willie-Pepple, Ugochukwu Agodom, Nnandez Aniagudo, Lore Adebola, Joshua Osemenho, Changming Yuan and Suseela Ravi.
Other writers whose works featured in this issue include: Frank-Ito Hilary, Victor Ehikhamenor, Daniel Gonzales, Emmanuel Iduma, Aderemi Adegbite and Ray-Daniels Okeugo.
I am excited about this issue
not because my story was featured but because the other writers
submitted enlightening pieces. Again, most of the contributors are
writers that i've always admired.
The Justice Issue can be downloaded HERE.
Or you can go to the SARABA website to download the magazine.
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