Note from the Editors: If we keep talking, but no one listens, are we still saying things?
My Story: Either your mistress tames you, or you tame your mistress.
Our Father's Daughters: Can a father belong to Ethiopia as equally as he does to his children?
- From the World of Creative Writing, Fiction and Poetry...
Life Diaries: Are we Ethiopians dying to tell our stories, or are we just dying.
- SELEDA Berenda: In the case of AmariNa haikus and English Qnés, words are worth a thousand pictures.
The Treasure In the Cellar: It's never the right time to find the treasure.
Here But Gone: When you feel like jumping and falling, what holds you back?
'Mma Sunday: The Soup Nazi ain't got nuthin' on our Mma...
An Otherwise Empty Room: When she went, she didn't take her memories with her.
The Edge Of a Cliff: "Sometimes it is much better to be almost caught in the act of a crime than to actually be caught and to be prosecuted..."
Zicke's Musings: Read me one of your poems...indaw'm, indaw'm..., read me two...
Book Review: FQr Iske Meqabr: the book, its meaning and how it changed one reader.
As Bolé Turns, Part II: What? You really thought we were not chiko menchakas?
Top Ten: Top Ten SELEDA New Year's Resolutions.
Backpage: It's time to let our thumbs do all the talking...
Do The Right Thing: Spread the goodwill, help those who need it.