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Interview with a creative technologist: Meet Nasir !

Nasir Yammama, Creative Technologist, Entrepreneur, and AgriTech Developer, is trailblazing agricultural change in Africa through technological innovation. His social enterprise “Verdant”, an AgriTech value chain company, aims to combat some of the challenges and obstacles faced by local farmers by providing market information, managerial support, and access to financial services via cutting edge technology streamed to smart and cellular mobile handsets. 1,977 more words

Inspiration

WHO IS LUKA FISHER?

FEATURED INTERVIEW:

WHO IS LUKA FISHER?

A CURATED CONVERSATION WITH THE LA BASED ARTIST

BY ANNA UREÑA

Luka Fisher has been an unofficial patron of the arts for DRYLAND since its inception in 2015.

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Los Angeles

"Utopia XXX" by Bryan Edenfield

The prophet buried
in the soil of Eden
resurrects herself
to balance the clock
and the globe

on her two fingers.
Now,

my parents are dead. 62 more words

POETRY

"Hope" by Dustin Pickering

Festering.
This is the edge of hope
where curtains fall
and follow through with an actor’s murder.

Plans.
Made, unmade.
Dreams to sit in the lukewarm water… 207 more words

POETRY

PIN QUARTERLY JOURNAL (ISSUE 6) : EDITOR'S NOTE | BY KOLADE OLANREWAJU FREEDOM

PIN QUARTERLY JOURNAL (ISSUE 6)

EDITOR’S NOTE

…a vast garden of literary comeliness

There is a mine in every mind yearning for the extraction of potentials in dire need of refinement and exposure to opportunities characterized by appreciation. 563 more words

Arts

PIN QUARTERLY JOURNAL (ISSUE 6): CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

                  Building on the remarkable success of previous issues of the PIN Quarterly Journal, Poets in Nigeria (PIN) calls for entries aligning with various columns of the journal due for release in the third week of January, 2017. 183 more words

Arts

Monstress #6 REVIEW

Monstress #6 by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda

Published May 25th 2016

Genre: Fantasy comic book

Pages: 33

Source: Netgalley – in exchange for an honest review… 105 more words

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