So guys, I wrote a letter to myself for theVeon. Head over here and check it out and more of her stuff. She has really bomb pictures by the way. She loved, loved it. And I think you will too. Enjoy:)
You know when you are stuck in traffic and you look at the window and the women in the matatu beside yours just arrests you with her beauty? You feel this knot in your intestines, you smile it off. The matatu starts moving and the knowledge that you'll never see her again makes you uneasy. … Continue reading I don’t know if I’m gay.
Have you ever had to indulge a ridiculous craving? Not yours, somebody else’s. So that was obviously a rhetorical question for all the supportive baby daddies out there. The rest of you irresponsible sperm donors shouldn’t even read my blog. “Isn’t changing minds and making a difference part of the reason you do this?” You … Continue reading Cravings
Title: Rachel's Blue Author: Zakes Mda Genre: Fiction Publisher: NB publishers Limited Pages: 287 Year: 2013 "She wonders why this became her story and not Jason's, why it was the victim's story and not hers." Rachel's Blue is a story that explores what happens when a rapist seeks custody over a child conceived through rape. … Continue reading A review of Rachel’s Blue by Zakes Mda
You were nine when he cornered you and made you show him your vagina. He said the only way he’d stop nagging you to go play with him and his brother was if you showed it to him. You were exhausted and creeped out by how he kept showing up in your room. More than … Continue reading *Waaails!!!*
The morning my aunt called me about a publishing internship, I spent the half hour that followed concentrating, as I never have before, on washing the dishes in the sink. I don’t like washing dishes. I don’t like domestic work. Her call came in the middle of Alan Walker and Sia’s “Unbreakable”, a recent obsession … Continue reading Unbreakable.
This got published on the Magunga about a year ago. It was my very first attempt at stories and i thought i'd share it for those of you who didn't get to read it. The link is below. Source: This is how it ends; Clarie Gor