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An urban dance between two suited New York strangers.
A young man yearns to wed a woman he cannot have
A powerful satire that makes you wonder if we are asking the right questions.
A woman orders an Indian blouse from a flamboyant tailor, whose mistreated seamstress plays a practical joke
tucker insists on showing us how a young, black person in America or Britain today is intimidated, is not allowed “to be me”.
A young just-married man ventures into a slumbering town, feeling newness, while his wife sleeps.
But as we brace ourselves against the harsh winter outside, the wind screaming hollow sounds in our ears like a manic cat, the full moon presiding over– From the Archives
A girl recalls the obsession of her childhood
A tale that delves into the layers of human emotions and their manifestation
A macabre tale that makes the reader ponder over the question of race. –From the Archive
Two guys converse over a cup of coffee about pills and poppies
Tells the story of a “Vagabanda” and a 21st century woman living out parallel fates…and how the times have changed…or have they?
Two Ghanaian guys meet in a new hangout, one to discuss the downturn of world affairs, the other to wind down after work.
Artist Arlene Wandera talks to Litro about her art and inspiration
A woman develops a ravenous, uncomfortable condition, an agony that is shared by her female colleagues
Writing after her kids went to bed and while she was supposed to be working, Janelle attracted an audience of hundreds of thousands of readers.
An addictive love that rises above and outlives the law