UP!- A Creative’s Guide in Sierra Leone


Dire situations tend to bring out the best or worst, and for many of us, these moments are the molds that will cast us out in the movie of our lives moving forward. The novel Coronavirus outbreak in many ways than one is already changing the landscape of our existence, future interactions and our perceptionsContinue reading “UP!- A Creative’s Guide in Sierra Leone”

Shukubly: Manifesto of a SaLone Artist by Marco Koroma


Marco Koroma takes the wheel for this journey with a guest feature article on the zeitgeist of the Sierra Leone music scene. The influence of art in the Sierra Leonean society is undeniable. From the hit songs that outline the “maps” in December to the kontri klos that offers the pride of nativity, the artsContinue reading “Shukubly: Manifesto of a SaLone Artist by Marco Koroma”

Cancer.


Dawn has a hymn It sounds like water greased in a piano played by crickets. Don’t ask me what I mean, only God knows. Even when I wake up early, lately I feel like i’m still dreaming Sleep on that thought, I’ll come back to it if my amnesia doesn’t remember me to forget. SoContinue reading “Cancer.”

Ramblings


The curse of knowing outweighs the bliss of ignorance, this deep vault of mine overfills with confidante memories hoping for an Obliviate spell that never seem to come. Summoning the will to wear that smile is a miracle that I’ve come to see as ordinary Loki got nothing on me with his mask, I gotContinue reading “Ramblings”