Short Stories

We have got a collection of riveting and suspenseful stories authored by writers from different backgrounds. If you love fascinating stories like us, you will find some lovely ones here.

HOW BODIES BECOME FLUID by Ibe Obasiota

HOW BODIES BECOME FLUID by Ibe Obasiota

HOW BODIES BECOME FLUID by Ibe Obasiota Shortlist (Top Six) of the 2019 Kreative Diadem Annual Creative Writing Contest (Flash Fiction Category) I)Love is a verb with wings; a free verb that makes itself into a ghost; a dark spectral that walks into our midst and...

TO PULL A LION’S TAIL by Boloere Seibidor

TO PULL A LION’S TAIL by Boloere Seibidor

TO PULL A LION'S TAIL by Boloere Seibidor Shortlist (Top Six) of the 2019 Kreative Diadem Annual Creative Writing Contest (Flash Fiction Category) Two days ago, there was another cold-blooded murder down Wellington Drive, riling up trepidation in the city.What...

THE FALLEN ANGEL by Ebeigbe Brian

THE FALLEN ANGEL by Ebeigbe Brian

THE FALLEN ANGELby Ebeigbe Brian The Fallen Angel - Second Runner-up of the 2019 Kreative Diadem Annual Creative Writing Contest (Flash Fiction Category) The door let loose an agonizing creak as it slowly leaned open. Crumbled paint and what he could only assume to be...

BORN AGAIN by Tunji Akande

BORN AGAIN by Tunji Akande

BORN AGAIN by Tunji Akande Born Again - First Runner-up of the 2019 Kreative Diadem Annual Creative Writing Contest (Flash Fiction Category) My mother screamed nine times in one night, drawing fistfuls of her hair, cursing God, Eve and the earth that produced the...

AYOMIDE by Nneoma Mbalewe

AYOMIDE by Nneoma Mbalewe

AYOMIDE by Nneoma Mbalewe Ayomide - Winner of the 2019 Kreative Diadem Annual Creative Writing Contest (Flash Fiction Category) My body craves water but I have none to give it. I have never stayed this long without water. It’s been forty-five hours or so and I really...

JOG IN THE RAIN by Carl Terver

JOG IN THE RAIN by Carl Terver

JOG IN THE RAINby Carl TerverShe saw the new pair of trainers in the cupboard, fine white things wrapped in a transparent bag. Only, the size was smaller. She knew Dami jogged every morning because she had been waking up beside him these days. Dami was a quiet guy, in...

ANEESAH by Sobur Olalekan

ANEESAH by Sobur Olalekan

ANEESAH by Sobur Olalekan Aneesah - Second Runner-up of the 2018 Kreative Diadem Annual Creative Writing Contest (Flash Fiction Category) When I had my first daughter, I saw Aneesah in my sleep for seven days. Sometimes she was a child of six or seven, fashionably...

CRIMSON by Uche Osita

CRIMSON by Uche Osita

CRIMSON by Uche Osita October 2008 Adaeze, Do you remember the way I used to hold your hand? Do you recall how I kissed you the day you told me that your father had finally left your mother? How tender our lips; rubbing off the loss that you knew could only be stayed...

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