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Saraba Issue 7 Explodes with Myne Whitman, Kola Tobosun, and Others

Recently, I got a short word from EI of Saraba, and I was glad to read the name of a freind of mine, Myne Whitman. Below is what he said to me.

EI: Saraba, an electronic literary magazine is in its 7th Issue. In these

issues, we have exlpored themes as diverse as Family, City Life,

Economy, Niger Delta, Religion/God, and Technology.

Our goal, from the onset, has been to encourage young emerging writers

- although our contributors have ranged from unknown writers to

well-known ones. We are proud to assert that our contributors are

mainly young writers, whose writig are previously unknown, and whose

talent and promise are overt in their works.

We have published writers mostly from Nigeria. But in addition, our

contributors are writers resident in London, Paris, South Africa,

Malawi, Zimbabwe, Kenya, India, USA, Zimbabwe, Russia, Cameroun,

Australia, and so forth.

Our 7th Issue, which is our most recent, was released on 30th

November. It is our proudest effort till date. In the Issue, we

question what technology means to us, and whether it can even be


Writers in the issue include Sokari Ekine, Myne Whitman, Unoma Azuah,

Kola Tubosun, Temitayo Olofinlua, Damilola Ajayi, Omar Abdul-Jabbar,

Uche Uwadinachi, Ironkyo, Emmanuel Iduma, Yemi Soneye, Olusola

Akinwale, Deji Toye, Mark Lalude, and Adebiyi Olusolape.

It includes an interview with Russian digital artist, Vladimir

Gerasimov, as well as a feature of his illustrations.

The issue can be downloaded from

Our Issue and Chapbooks are published on and can be

downloaded free. We call on literary enthusiasts and the general

reading public to explore the wide talent on offer.

We encourage reviews, links and critical acclaims of our work. Our

site is compatible for discussion and sharing.

Join us in creating unending voices
d'INK: Please, lets support EI and Saraba.

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