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Welcome to SENTINEL LITERARY QUARTERLY

Vol.3. No. 4. July - September 2010

 


CONTRIBUTORS

IN THIS ISSUE

SECTIONS

Afam Akeh
Andy Willoughby
Claire Girvan
Christian Ward
Derek Adams
Esiaba Irobi
Hannah Lowe
Hunter Liguore
Ikechukwu Obialo Azuonye
Karunamay Sinha
Kate Horsley
Laura Solomon
Lookman Sanusi
Malcolm Bray
Mark Lewis
Moa-Aaricia Lindunger
N Quentin Woolf
Nina Romano
Nnorom Azuonye
Norbert O. Eze
Olu Oguibe
Pius Adesanmi
Robert Lee Frazier
Toyin Adepoju
Uche Nduka
Wayne Scheer
Zino Asalor

Competitions

Results

 

Short Stories July 2010

 

1st Prize

Maria

by Mark Lewis

 

2nd Prize

Wages

by Claire Girvan

 

3rd Prize

It All Comes Back

by Malcolm Bray

 

Poetry July 2010

 

1st Prize

Eleonora of Toledo laughs at a pantomime dildo

by Kate Horsley

 

2nd Prize

Ink

by Hannah Lowe

 

3rd Prize

Civvies

by Christian Ward

 

 

This issue of SLQ is dedicated to the memory of

ESIABA IROBI (1960 - 2010)

 

Dr Esiaba Irobi

Photo: Olu Oguibe (2000)

 

a Sentinel's journey.

Dr Irobi inspired the founding of Sentinel Poetry Movement. Between 2002 and 2008, he put his creative and academic offspring where his mouth was. His writings and writings by others on his work previously published in Sentinel publications have been collected and republished in this issue.

See Irobi in Sentinel.

 

Poetry

 

Esiaba Irobi

Kingdom of the Mad & Other Poems

 

Andy Willoughby

Elegy for the Minstrel: Esiaba Irobi

 

Nnorom Azuonye

A song about what happens

 

Zino Asalor

The returning

 

Uche Nduka

Next Door

 

Robert Lee Frazier

Three Poems

 

Olu Oguibe

Seven Stations of The Cross

 

Ikechukwu Obialo Azuonye

January Themes & Untitled

 

Nina Romano

To Envision Everything & Other Poems

 

Essays & Reviews

Afam Akeh

Bukowski revisited - a review of The Pleasures of the Damned.


Yabis in the later poems of Esiaba Irobi


 

Esiaba Irobi

The Problem with

Post-Colonial Theory:

Re-Theorizing African Performance, Orature and Literature in the Age of Globalization and Diaspora Studies.

 

Pius Adesanmi

Esiaba Irobi's 'The Battle of Harlem'

(prenotes and footnotes)

 

Toyin Adepoju

Esiaba Irobi as Ancestor

 

Andy Willoughby

The day the minstrel taught me how to dance.

 

N Quentin Woolf

When Bukowski met Bukowski - a review of Howard Sounes' Charles Bukowski: Locked in the arms of a crazy life

 

Norbert Oyibo Eze

Romantic Idealism and the Travails of the Artist in Esiaba Irobi's The Other Side of the Mask.

 

Moa-Aaricia Lindunger

Review of Mahmutovic's Thinner than a Hair

 

Lookman Sanusi

London Mourns The Minstrel, Esiaba Irobi

 

JULY-SEPTEMBER INDEX
COMPETITIONS
DRAMA
ESSAYS & REVIEWS
FICTION
IROBI IN SENTINEL
IROBI, TRIBUTES
POETRY

 

 

 

Fiction

 

Wayne Scheer

Stepping Out

 

Karunamay Sinha

An Unenviable Encounter

 

Hunter Liguore

Red Barn People

 

Drama

 

Nnorom Azuonye

Excerpts from 'Funeral of the Minstrel'

 

ANA/Esiaba Irobi Prize for Drama

 

JULY-SEPTEMBER INDEX | COMPETITIONS | DRAMA | ESSAYS & REVIEWS | FICTION | IROBI IN SENTINEL | IROBI, TRIBUTES | POETRY

 

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