About Gemini Spice

Welcome to Gemini Spice Magazine! The first ever Afrikan Literary Magazine built on Afrikan feminist and socialist principles and ideologies.  

We aim to bring poets, writers, artists, and activists under one umbrella to built a more feeling and connected world. Here, poets puke out their dreams for a better tomorrow. 

Browse our pages and categories to interact with various authors and their poems, stories, think pieces, commentaries and rants. 

Also, join the inclusive and diverse team of Gemini Spice and find a home for your work. 

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Our story

Gemini Spice Magazine is built on an idea.  

Idea is an acronym for Inclusion, Diversity, Equality and Acceptance, you get?

Someone once said, “You cannot kill ideas.” True to that. They killed Thomas Sankara but his ideologies are still alive. Heck they are part of the ideology Gemini Spice is created.  

In the war of weapons, guns are the most powerful but in this war of intellectual power, words and ideologies are the most powerful. 

You’ve heard the old adage, The pen is mightier than the sword?

That’s what we believe.  And that’s why we write. 

On the other hand, we are just a bunch of young people learning to crawl in this world and writing down our journeys as we do so. 

From a little wordpress blog started in 2015 to a Afrikan Literary Magazine in 2020, impossible is yet to be understood here. 

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Founder's Message

Hi there,  Welcome to Gemini Spice Magazine. There are two truths about me that are the essence of me. One is that my soul is the bed of feminism while my heart beats for poetry. 

Words and writing are everything to me. Writing gives and never takes from me. 

Ever since I was young, I craved to be great, influential and to inspire change in the world. I am to create a diverse commune here at Gemini Spice Magazine and extend that to the rest of the world through coming together with different people and dreaming of better societies.

Founder of Gemini Spice Magazine. 

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