Great Online Reads For the Week
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Great Online Reads For the Week

If you are an ardent reader looking for great online reads for the week, I’ve compiled a list below.

You know the famous saying: there is love in sharing? It’s very true. And so I want to share links to great online reads, and some of the most interesting writing online.

Who Will Great You At Home by Nneka Leslie Arimah

Nneka Leslie Arimah has a new short story in the New Yorker. It is titled Who Will Greet You At Home, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story. Nneka won the Commonwealth Writers Short Story Prize in 2015. Her winning story, Light, can be read HERE.

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Playtime by Ovo Adagha

Playtime by Ovo Adagha: I want to share a new story by Ovo Adagha. It is titled Playtime. Ovo is one of my writerly friends. And I like his writing a lot. I think Playtime should win a prize. Click HERE to read.

What it Means When a Man Falls From The Sky by Nneka Leslie Arimah

Nneka Leslie Arimah has another story in Catapult. It is titled What it Means when a Man Falls From The Sky. Great futuristic Sci fi. It got me wondering, what genre can’t Nneka Leslie Arimah write well? None, obviously.

Things You Should Do While Preparing Your Entry by Ayobami Adebayo

Ayobami Adebayo Saraba’s fiction editor, put together a “Things you should do while preparing your entry” list, drawn from several incredible writing rules online. Amazing list that will keep every writer informed and entertained.

Bedfellows by Obinna Udenwe

Obinna Udenwe’s Bedfellows has been causing a lot of controversy online. Very interesting conversations. You can read his Brittle paper short story HERE

Reading John Berger by Emmanuel Iduma

Emmanuel Iduma reflects on reading John Berger in Saraba Weekly. When one’s writing is dedicated, writ large, to connections—between storytelling, politics, and optical phenomena—what emerges is a body of work unhampered by genre. Not merely fiction, nonfiction, and art criticism. Above all else, storytelling.” 

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