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Writing Opportunity: Agbowó Requests Submissions for ts 2019 Issue⠀

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In recent times, we are pushed by challenges to the extent that we go against our wish. What is your limit level when it comes to handling challenges?⠀

Problems cannot be solved when we rely on our desires only. There must be a force that propels us to go beyond our limits.⠀

However, we cannot deny the fact that there are limiting factors that affect us daily. On that note, Agbowo is asking for submissions for its 2019 issue on the theme: Limit.⠀

In 2018, Agbowo published its maiden issue, X, which has now been downloaded over a thousand times. It featured the works of Kola Tubosun, Toni Kan, Tade Ipadeola, Tunji Olalere, Logan February, Romeo Oriogun, Jekein Lato-Unah and Niyi Okeowo. ⠀

For the 2019 issue of Agbowó, which will be published in July, they are calling for works of visual art, photographs, short stories, essays and poetry that explore the theme “Limits”. ⠀

They are after stories that dance gracefully on the limits between dream and reality, poems that chant at the errant that without consent the body is off-limits, personal essays about when we have been pushed to the very limits of our patience or skill and photographs of the street hauler, though ripped as hell, breaking.⠀

Submissions should be sent, as MS Word attachments or high-resolution images, accompanied by a short bio to prose.agbowo@gmail.com, essays.agbowo@gmail.com, poetry.agbowo@gmail.com, and visualarts.agbowo@gmail.com for fiction, non-fiction, poetry and visual arts/photography submissions respectively.⠀

The subject line of the email should read “Submission for Limits”.⠀

Deadline: 31st of April, 2019.⠀

Visit Agbowó’s official submissions page for more information. Follow us on Twitter to get more writing opportunity updates.

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