We encourage submissions of previously unpublished short stories for a proposed international collection about the world to come… whatever it might be… wherever it might be… and whoever will be there, or not, to call our present past.
Jungle Jim is a bi-monthly illustrated print publication, aiming on spreading narrative, imagination and concept-driven African stories.
“What a strange thing! to be alive beneath cherry blossoms.” ? Kobayashi Issa
Haiku is a poetic form and a type of poetry from the Japanese culture. Haiku combines form, content, and language in a meaningful, yet compact form.
Creative gifts are not the kind you can turn off when it’s inconvenient. They are not a part of you. They are you. Once you are born a painter or a writer or a musician, it reflects in everything you do. You feel more; words have special kin with you when you are a writer, so their weight bears harder on you.
We want to intertwine profiles of women from all over the world : Japan, France, Russia, Canada, Brazil, Tunisia, etc…and Kenya.
The idea is to show the progress women are making in terms of education and autonomy