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Articles by Ebele Mọgọ

Ebele Mọgọ (she/her) is a public health doctor and biomedical scientist whose work focuses on research and innovation for healthy planetary futures. As a writer, she explores her fascination with interiority. Her writing has most recently appeared in Claw & Blossom, Edgeryders Science Fiction Economics Lab, The Other Side of Hope, and Jalada Africa. She is an Igbo Nigerian woman currently residing in Montreal.

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“How can a stream be sad?” I asked.

He looked at me like a hapless ofeke. He picked up the beads as if to say, “As I was saying …” As he rubbed them, his eyes rolled until I could not quite locate his consciousness. It was through this tactile intimacy that he looked deeply into our people’s stories. These beads had accompanied him as he went looking into our deaths and births, desires to leave home and return, conflicts and reconciliations, hopes and ambivalence. I comported myself even more reverentially. Yes, I may have come with a gift, but I was still a guest.

He threw the beads again and they splayed out in response. There was no chance pull of gravity here. Their entire configuration was holy. Their every turn was an answer to questions we ferried across with gin, alliga... Read more