Magazine Issue #2

Coming 18th March

  1. Introduction

  2. ‘On Art Criticism’ by Agatoni

  3. ‘Black Panther Review’ by Portia Uwase and Brenda Umutoniwase

  4. ‘My Two Cents on Sexual Assault’ by Uwera Ntaganzwa

  5. Poem: ‘I am but a woman’ by Ines Makuza and Luther.O

  6. ‘Ikibandi review’ by Kassy Irebe and Mutsinzi

  7. ‘On Fiction Writing’ by Samantha Teta

  8. ‘In Conversation with Isumbabyose and Onekey’ by Mutsinzi

  9. Photo Essay: ‘Capturing the Ordinary’ by Marvin Karenzi

  10. ‘Art is Yours. Art is Mine’ by Maya Mutesi.



by Mutsinzi

In no more than 8 tracks, Sogokuru has managed to cement what has already been a firm m... Read More
Long Live the Angels

by Mutsinzi

This is what listening to her feels like, she is an unstoppable force of nature Read More
Sonnys Blues

by Mutsinzi

Baldwin asks us to look out this great, big window and refrain from wanting parts of th... Read More
My Precious, a poem by 1Key

by Mutsinzi

My Precious is a piece about the need to tap into cultural heritage, for there, the poe... Read More
Wait 2 Wait Teaser

by Mutsinzi

Chase's music pours with emotion and is at once nostalgic and relatable. The artist exp... Read More
Symbols and Signs

by Mutsinzi

For the elderly couple, life seems bleak, devoid of the metaphorical sunshine and Nabok... Read More


See, unlike almost everybody else in this world, I had no idea what I wanted to do at the age of 5, I did not have a dream job! Read More
“The melting pot,” a country that claims to have a diverse and rich culture yet all I saw was a clash of cultures so clumsy it leads to none. The glorified horrors of the West are still a mystery ... Read More
I believe that if we attempt to treat everyone with compassion and empathy, we are more likely to stop judging them and it is then that we are capable of making a difference in their lives; it is w... Read More
I am convinced that comedy can be and should be free of shaming, generalizing, and dehumanizing. I believe we as humans must take responsibility with our words, and public figures (in this case com... Read More
A revealing piece about the dangers of social media Read More
It took many systematic methods to successfully colonize Africans. King Leopold II devised the most horrific ones. Read More

Prose & Poetry

Writer's Block 3 — by Portia Zuba

We are revising our final paper I look at the girls I have been spending the last few days with, and wonder if we will go back to awkwardly nodd...
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Kinyarwanda — by Brenda Umutoniwase

Kinyarwanda: a language that sets me free and reminds me
that I come first while their languages tell me
that I come second, third—l...

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Writer's Block 2 — by Portia Zuba

I am standing on hallowed ground. The people around me are all in the same spirit: they are worshipping and for all I know they might be in heav...
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Writer's Block 1 — by Portia Zuba

The disco lights are a sight for sore eyes. They are shining in a rainbow patttern, even though there is a new color I am not recognizing. Is it...
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