Sunday, October 31, 2010

A Message From Saraba Magazine

Here's a message from our friends at Saraba magazine courtesy of facebook.

We've found our thrill on a blueberry hill, and we're singing like Louis Armstrong. In fact, if you want love, we've made it - created a language yet unspoken, and it's all in Giovanni's New Room, our newest poetry Chapbook. With exciting poems by Dadepo Aderemi, Zino Asalor, Uche Peter Umez, Rayo Adebola, Dami Ajayi, Emmanuel Iduma, Olubunmi Ajayi, Akin Leo Akinwumi and Numero Unoma, the chapbook has been described by Unoma Azuah as "a compelling read."

So, what are you waiting for? Climb up to our site and get your free copy here.

I'm sure you might have noticed that our site is wearing a new look. Now, with our plans to publish a Technology Issue, we have cause to say that we are technological! Visit the new site, and SHARE! Working on the site, our goal was to create a platform: blogs, comments, sharing. We succeeded!

In finality, our forthcoming issue, as always, promises to publish the best of emerging writing to be found in Nigeria, and around the world. We're featuring Conversations, Interviews, Poetry, Fiction, and so on all theming on Technology. And you know what: this issue also gives you the opportunity to explore Saraba's newest technology: We're calling it D4P (Downloaded for Printing); we'd publish in two formats. One would be regular, the other would give you the opportunity to print, in grayscale, most likely.

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