by Ayibu Makolo
It is an especially humid day.
The air is stifling and rivulets of sweat run down my back and stain my white shirt.
‘Ma, why don’t we open the window? This he... Read More...
Ayibu Makolo writes stories that are human and personal.
Her stories have been published in the Scottish PEN, Bare Fiction magazine, Brittle Paper and Kalahari Review.
She was long listed in the 2013 Golden Baobab Prize in 2 categories.
She lives in Scotland with her family and is a medical doctor.