You've gone crazy and I pity the ill-fated woman you've become - you who through no fault of your own lives like a prisoner and trudges through life like a pregnant woman slowly pushing her belly
Jill Okpalugo-Nwajiaku writes whenever she can. She studied Pharmacy in University of Nigeria, Nsukka and currently lives in Richmond, Virginia with her husband. She is extremely interested in any African creative writing that specially bothers on female gender issues and has been published in online literary magazines like Snap! All Things Girls, Identity Theory, Poetry and Writing, Word Catalyst, St. Something, Splash of Red and Glint. Presently, she is working on attaining an MFA in creative writing and her first novel.