Burn, Freedom Magazine. Literature in Africa. Shortlist

JUNE 2018 CFWRITERZ MAGAZINE CALL FOR ENTRIES!

Cfwiterz is pleased to announce a new special issue for June 2018 focusing on the theme “Burn.” We do not particularly restrict content or style, we only ask that you bring on the best of your craft. Our writing platform focuses on Africa and Nigerians, we welcome entries from all over Africa despite starting out as a Nigerian owned platform. We offer you a great opportunity to showcase your strength and voice as an African writer. Read more about us here.

Africa has gone through a lot and presently the discussions surrounding the continent constitute burning issues. We see and hear these stories but can you make it come alive in a unique way?

Entrants may submit up to three previously unpublished poems, and up to 3,000 words for fiction and non-fiction.

Simultaneous submissions are accepted. However, if your work is accepted elsewhere, you need to notify us. Work in translation is welcome.

The entry period ends on May 15, 2018. Anticipated publication is ending of June 2018.

Submit your entry using our submission page, remember to add to the title of your entry “#June2018.” To submit, please follow this link.

Benefits include:

  1. Awards to top 5 entries in all three categories.
  2. Cash remuneration to top entries. Up to 100,000 naira in cash prizes.
  3. Widespread readership of minimum target 5,000 readers worldwide. Kindly recommend your friends to join our Elite readers here. 
  4. Publishing in this edition of the “Freedom” Magazine run by cfwriterz community.

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About the Author

jonathanoladeji

Damilola is co-author of Life's Chrysalis, where he wrote “Rejection: Like Earth to Rain”. His writing has appeared in The Naked Convos, Africa on the Blog, The Guardian News Nigeria, Viva-Naija News, and Tuck Magazine. He also volunteers with PDBY News at the University of Pretoria. Damilola is an IREBS for African Real Estate Research Scholar at the University of Pretoria, where he is a Doctoral Candidate. He is the Head of Media and Strategy at Upside Africa. Damilola won the Biopage essay contest in 2018. He plays the saxophone for leisure.

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