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  1. The Cross Road- A Poem

    Ayomide Aroloye's blog Today on   ZODML Poetry Corner, Ayomide Aroloye shares a poem on death and vanity. Are you a writer? Share your poetry, short stories, opinion pieces, book reviews and NYSC experience with us by emailing  [email protected]  ...

    Ayomide Aroloye - 2015-03-19 10:39

  2. Meet Girls (Part 1)–A Short Story

    Maria Ocheja's blog Maria Ocheja, our latest contributor in her short story series– Meet Girls exposes us to the world of girls; their hopes, dreams, joys and troubles. Are you a writer and wish to be published? email your short stories, poems, opini ...

    Maria Ocheja - 2015-03-24 14:25

  3. Laughing Gas-A Short Story

    Muhsinat Kamardeen's blog Muhsinat Kamardeen narrates a woman's ordeal in her short story – Laughing Gas. Are you a writer or a poet? Do you wish to be featured  on Zodml blog? Email us your short stories, poems, book review, opinion pieces, NYS ...

    Muhsinat Kamardeen - 2015-03-26 14:05

  4. The Tale of a 'Kopa' (Part III): Don't Get It Twisted by Morayo Oshodi

    "If Kopa marry Kopa they go born worwhor!" is a common cliché among Kopas. Although this suggests that Kopas getting married to one another is seen as disgusting, there are plenty of matrimonial cases among them- perhaps because of the rumour th ...

    ZODML - 2015-04-01 16:07

  5. The Tale of a 'Kopa' (Part V): Dealing with the Negotiator by Morayo Oshodi

      Most Kopas – both male and female – who served in rural areas are completely rugged and active as during the service year they were always on the run looking for ways to make ends meet. Whether teaching extra hours in schools or at people’s houses, work ...

    ZODML - 2015-04-01 16:16

  6. The Tale of a 'Kopa' (Part VI): The Agricultural Kopa by Morayo Oshodi

    [caption id="attachment_1936" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Watch where you swing that cutlass![/caption] The average Nigerian knows how to tell a "local breed" chicken from an agricultural one. This same distinc ...

    ZODML - 2015-04-01 16:20

  7. Meet Girls (Part 2) –A Short Story

    Maria Ocheja's blog The first series of Meet Girls  by Maria Ocheja was posted last month.  In this week's series, Maria Ocheja exposes us to the dilemma of a northern girl. Are you a writer and wish to be published? email your short stories, po ...

    Maria Ocheja - 2015-04-24 21:43

  8. Why do great players not make great coaches

    Solace Chukwu's blog It is one of football’s enduring conundrums: why do so few truly great players go on to come top managers? Arrigo Sacchi’s famous assertion that one does not need to have been a racehorse in order to be a good jockey was a witty ...

    Solace Chukwu - 2015-06-11 11:29

  9. A Serving of Justice- A Short Story

    Abraham Atawodi's blog We are pleased to feature a hilarious story by Abraham Atatwodi. Do you write? Send your short stories, book reviews, opinion pieces, poems and NYSC experience to [email protected] for a chance to be featured on the blog!. He ...

    Abraham Atawodi - 2015-02-05 09:46

  10. 2014 and Nigerian Literature: The Year in Review

    Comfort Olukogbon's blog ZODML welcomes you to this New Year with a flash from our past. The Nigerian literary world has experienced a rapid growth in recent times and the year 2014 witnessed an improvement on the past. Let us journey through some of ...

    Comfort Olukogbon - 2015-01-08 11:56

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