Ojo Victoria Ilemobayo is a young Nigerian writer and phone photographer. She is also a student, literary creative linker, babysitter, video editor, and an aspiring guitarist. Some of her works can be found in literary magazines and anthologies. Find her on Instagram at @ilemoba-joy.
Other stars in the Saguaro asterism:
When we reach out to her, she clasps one of our hands in both of her own. We feel the impression of her fingers on ours long after she has turned away.
[He keeps handing me cacti]
He was gentle and quiet until my hands filled up, then he made me his pushpin...
The Chinese Man and the Desert
Idioms were a topic of conversation but not the reason people spent money on the app. The people on the app were lonely. Twenty dollars an hour was not bad for a cure.
Woodland Wisdom Tooth
An ancient bird broke away from the brigade and snuck in / to watch a film on trees.
I Asked Pain Its Address,
Ashish Kumar Singh
Here, the pain says and points to my leg like a child unsure of where the Arctic might be on a map.
Sneha Subramanian Kanta
On a June night when the south-westerly monsoon winds bring drizzles to Mahrashtra, my father asks if we must call my grandfather. I immediately agree.