Essays & Stories

I’m Done Listening to My Family About How to Be a ‘Good’ Mother“, Catapult | “Postpartum Interiorities,” Isele Magazine | “Lova Lova,” Google Arts & Culture | Ogadinma”, GRANTA Online | “After Three Children, Reclaiming My Body and My Mind”, Longreads | “Finding My Freedom Within Marriage and Motherhood“, Catapult |  “Slut”, The Other Foundation / Gerald Kraak Prize | “Growing Up Fearful in Nigeria“, The New York Times | “Mothers“, Waxwing Magazine| “In Nigeria, An Election to Believe in”, The New York Times | “Nkem’s Nightmare“, Jalada | “Being a Woman in Nigeria“, IWP Collections | “This is How I Remember It”, Africa39 | “The Myth of the Lazy Mothers”, The Rumpus | “Is It Still Beautiful?“, Brittle Paper | “Spiritual Attack,” Saraba | “Something Had Changed,” Popula | Best Book of Any Year,” GRANTA Online | “The Grasscuters Curse,” The Other Foundation / Gerald Kraak Prize


The Republic| Open Country Magazine | Literary Everything | Iowa Now | Bookanista Yalobusha Review | African in Words | Brittle PaperAfrica in Dialogue | Burlington Free Press | University of Iowa | Nolly Silver Screen | Ake Arts and Book Festival | VCFA Alumnx Magazine | Sampsonia Way | Sentinel Literary Quarterly | Aljazeera