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Wale Owoade
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@ExpoundMagazine is a new African literary magazine. The first issue features two of my short stories. Check it out: expoundmagazine.com
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See The Digital Arts of Osinachi - EXPOUND ish.re/KUJS
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Read 'Solitude and other poems' by Babatunde Kawthar - EXPOUND ish.re/KUIP
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Melancholy and other poems by María Castro Domínguez - EXPOUND ish.re/KOW4
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A Facebook Conversation - Wale Owoade wp.me/p4rJgh-3a via
For You and Other Ghosts - Wale Owoade wp.me/p4rJgh-3d via
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A Morning Like Grey -by Wale Owoade wp.me/p4rJgh-2Y via
Dreams do not Last Long Here: An Analysis of Wale Owoade’s Made in China wp.me/p4rJgh-2V via @wordpressdotcom




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