Undue Influence

Undue influence © Folakemi Emem-Akpan “Are you okay?” She asked him for the umpteenth time that evening. He was going through the motions of dinner, demolishing his food into bit-sized pieces, stuffing the morsels into his mouth, chewing. But there was something wrong with him, she could swear, a cloak of depression that seemed to... Continue Reading →

Glass Panes

  Glass panes (c) Folakemi Emem-Akpan At first, she seemed to be all glass panes and sharp edges. She was caustic, sarcastic, and yet seemed brittle all at once, like if you came too close or pressed too hard, she would fall apart, disintegrate, get blown into the four corners of the earth. She was... Continue Reading →

Help, I have chargiamania

Help, I have chargiamania © Folakemi Emem-Akpan I have chargiamania. Now, don’t go in search of your Thesaurus or dictionary. These outdated publications couldn’t possibly have my kind of disease listed in them. Let me explain in a layman’s language, the type you would understand. I love to be in absolute charge of my life.... Continue Reading →

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