Burn-Third Edition, Freedom Magazine Published by cfwriterz

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Finally you can download to any device in a matter of minutes. We bring you stories, poetry and prose at it’s best. What we put together is an experience of literature that excites and entices you to love and understand more of Africa. After thorough review and selection by our panel of judges we present you the top 11 out of more than 60 entries received. In “Burn”, which is our third edition of the Freedom Magazine, you will read from the shortlist and featured writers.

In Fiction we have:

“Carbon Copy”  by Chinenyenwa Favour Chukwuma  (Nigeria)
“Last Days”  by Amynah Dauda (Nigeria)
“Tell Nonso that we are looking for him” by Kene Obiezu (Nigeria)
“Wings” by Jim Blessed (Nigeria)
“The Mysterious Matter of Mallam Musa’s Missing Murano”  by Adebola Oluwaseyi (Nigeria)

In Poetry:
“Haunted” by Fatimat Okhuosami  (Nigeria)
“Recompense” by Ezeani Uchechukwu (Nigeria)
“Love Is The Religion” by David Lein Victor  (Nigeria)
“The Irony of Hope” by Emmanuel Udoma  (Nigeria)
“Addiction” & “Nomadic Eyes” by Sinaso Mxakaza  (South Africa)

In Non-Fiction:
“Growing Pains” by Barakat Akinsiku  (Nigeria)

The Magazine also features:
1. Olumide Glowville (Nigeria)

2. Wanja Kavenji (Kenya)

3. Deoye Falade (Nigeria)

4. Oladeji Jonathan (Nigeria)

5. Osho Samuel (Nigeria)

6. Bamidele Aiyejina (Nigeria)

Reviews (1)

1 review for Burn-Third Edition, Freedom Magazine Published by cfwriterz

  1. Saviour Uffort

    Saviour Uffort

    So I completed the magazine last night and I must say, it was amazing.

    Y’all did a wonderful job, every feature, poem, fiction story, everything was beautiful.
    Not to forget the design as well.
    The last feature piece by Kavenji got me big time.

    I’d really love to be a part of the next edition like, either as a sponsor or writer, maybe both.

    Kudos guys! ✌

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