Kayode Ayobami

Kayode Ayobami

Ayobami Kayode is a student interested in writing and academics. He is a Literature in English student at Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto. He is the Interviews Lead of Book O’Clock Review and the editor in chief of The Poetry CLUB UDUS. His works have been published or forthcoming in konya shamsrumi, punocracy, àtẹ́lẹwọ́, BBPC anthology, icefloepress, fieryscribe, cult of Clio, isele, Kalahari and elsewhere. He hails from Ibadan, Oyo state.
12 Articles

🤔Get Me Lit: At First, There Was No Blood

Pot of Stories At First, There Was No Blood: Unlearning Afro-womanism ➤ Adebola Makinde in Agbowó Innocence stripped. This is…

Kayode Ayobami 5 Min Read

🤔Get Me Lit: Will Jumoke Pay the Prize of Jealousy?

Pot of Stories You Are One Of Them ➤ Ifeanyichukwu Eze in The Rumpus As banditry ravages some of the…

Kayode Ayobami 5 Min Read

🐦 Get Me Lit: Anyone Who Eats This Bird Dies on the 7th Day

Pot of Stories A Nightmare on Death ➤  Ishola Abdulwasiu in Iskanchi Magazine Segun and Wale are young boys who…

Kayode Ayobami 5 Min Read

🐣Get Me Lit: Born A Crime

Pot of Stories The Jacket Seen on Tal Street ➤ Ndawedwa Denga Hanghuwo in Lolwe Magazine Grace, a high school…

Kayode Ayobami 5 Min Read

🍲Get Me Lit: Jollof Rice and Other Revolutions

Pot of Stories Felicity ➤ Khadijah S. Ádámù in Agbowo Felicity dies at 52 years of age. She goes through…

Kayode Ayobami 6 Min Read

💰Get Me Lit – What Do Women Do With Their Esusu?

Pot of Stories The Price ➤ Ikechukwu Iwuagwu in The Moveee In The Moveee magazine this week, a woman endures…

Kayode Ayobami 7 Min Read

Henneh Kyereh Kwaku’s Poetic Approach to Addressing Africa’s Political and Cultural Woes

At the heart of contemporary Ghana’s literary community—representing Africa as a whole—is a celebrated creative writer whose works question his…

Kayode Ayobami 21 Min Read

Awaken Your Emotions With These 4 Thought-Provoking Nigerian Poetry Books

These four recommended poetry books are from Nigerian poets. The importance of curating this list is to show the brevity…

Kayode Ayobami 6 Min Read

Fasasi Abdulrosheed Oladipupo’s Sidratul Muntaha Will Lead You into the World of Immigrants

It's not often you see a Nigerian poet breaking the norm regarding language usage in their literary works. Nigeria is…

Kayode Ayobami 12 Min Read

The Aftermath of War: A Review of Rasaq Malik Gbolahan’s “No Home In This Land”

A famous Yoruba parlance states, "War, even in its smallest form, isn't a feast of pounded yam or cornmeal; it…

Kayode Ayobami 10 Min Read

This is How Samuel A. Adeyemi Uses Poetry to Reimagine Nihilism

We have strong literary voices coming out of Africa of late, especially with the help of the internet, which has…

Kayode Ayobami 20 Min Read

Cheating on Science: Abdulrahim Hussani’s award-winning literary journey

I came across the brilliant Nigerian writer Hussani Abdulrahim, and I think I have found a treasure. Hussani has what…

Kayode Ayobami 22 Min Read
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