Contributors

Aguajah Ajah

Caleb Okereke

Efe-Khaese Desmond

Emmanuel Charity

Frances Ogamba

Iyanda Abimbola

Gimbiya Galadima

Hauwa Nuhu

Karino Emmanuel

Kolawole Adebayo

 

Laura Kaminski

Logan February

Lucky Labaya

Michael Akuchie

Michael Emmanuel

Michelle Nnanyelugo

Nome Patrick

Olatunji Uthman

Othuke Umukoro

Pamilerin Jacob

Ugochukwu Okpara

Interviews

Frances Ogamba

“I Would Change How the World Perceives Women” 

Caleb Okereke

“Fiction Remains My First Love”

Logan February

“Being a Rebel is about Rejecting Conformity”

Have you downloaded our latest issue? The literary works in Rebel will blow your mind and guess what, it’s all for free.

Poetry

THE LOVERS by Logan February

THE LOVERS by Logan February

THE LOVERSby Logan Februaryfrom Garlands   We were naked and I was crying. In the sensual world, I did a woman’s work—felt a primordial...

PERVERSION by Logan February

PERVERSION by Logan February

PERVERSIONby Logan Februarymay be bad or good; must be directed   elsewhere, always pointed elsewhere;   at the reddish sex of cruelty; crushing  ...

PALMS OF OIL by Kolawole Adebayo

PALMS OF OIL by Kolawole Adebayo

PALMS OF OIL by Kolawole Adebayo I wondered as a boy Why the flies always hovered Around fluorescent lights   And one day, my mother said to...

PRAYER: AIR by Pamilerin Jacob

PRAYER: AIR by Pamilerin Jacob

PRAYER: AIRby Pamilerin Jacobbreathing mindfully, you are already finding a refuge in your breath… -         Thich Nhat Hanh was it not Simone Weil...

STRIDES OF MUSIC by Lucky Labaya

STRIDES OF MUSIC by Lucky Labaya

STRIDES OF MUSICby Lucky Labaya That music should pace as slow as possible.   That what should sail into ears are stroked strings of a guitar....

Fiction

THE OTHER DWELLER by Frances Ogamba

THE OTHER DWELLER by Frances Ogamba

THE OTHER DWELLER by Frances Ogamba Lana is dead. But she has etched rooms in our present, in the intricacies that braid our realities. She breathed...

STATIONS OF THE CROSS by Caleb Okereke

STATIONS OF THE CROSS by Caleb Okereke

STATIONS OF THE CROSS by Caleb Okereke Two nights ago, Rasheed kissed me. Outside the safety of his bedroom, out in the open streets of Birnin Gwari...

UNRAVELLING by Michael Emmanuel

UNRAVELLING by Michael Emmanuel

UNRAVELLING by Michael Emmanuel By the end of this story, you might know what I am, – and though I could lay claim to the genetics of my body as...

MILLE by Gimbiya Galadima

MILLE by Gimbiya Galadima

MILLE by Gimbiya Galadima She was crying again, and you resisted the urge to shake her. To tell her how much you loved her and wanted her...

RELIEF by Aguajah Ifeanyi

RELIEF by Aguajah Ifeanyi

RELIEF by Aguajah Ifeanyi You stand in front of Mama Gozie's shop, looking behind at the stony road as you wait for your change. Along the road is a...

AUNT MARIAM by Olatunji Uthman

AUNT MARIAM by Olatunji Uthman

AUNT MARIAM by Olatunji Uthman July 10th, 2019. 2:28 am. Son… She died! The Kids? When? No… She! About an hour ago. I have always disputed what I...

JESSE by Michelle Nnanyelugo

JESSE by Michelle Nnanyelugo

JESSE by Michelle Nnanyelugo I peered into the sitting room from the gallery where I stood with the lights beaming a smile at the stucco on the...

NonFiction

Appreciation

Thanks to our guest editor for this issue, J. K. Anowe for a superb job. We sincerely appreciate all the amazing contributors who trusted us with their literary works.

Our second issue ever Rebel is out. We had enthralling conversations with Frances Ogamba, Caleb Okereke, and Logan February. It is a bouquet of the best thought-provoking pieces you will find out there.

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