Title: THE SILENCE WE EAT!
No. of Pages: 154
“The Silence We Eat gives a voice to the silent stories of many women; the story of places we have walked and our body has survived; the trajectory of silence and how it leads us home – finding our voices. She has shown us that often silence is deafening, detaching, choking, empty, and fading but then, it becomes finding, rediscovering, healing and wholeness. For me, it says silence is how we learn to become loud and loud is how we become free. Silence is how we transition to becoming." – Ebukun Gbemisola Ogunyemi
Oyindamola Shoola is a writer, book reviewer, feminist, and blogger. She is also the co-founder and CEO of Sprinng Literary Movement, a non-profit organization dedicated to curating, revitalizing, and transforming the New Nigerian Generation in writing and literature. She is the author of Heartbeat, To Bee a Honey, The Silence We Eat and But Here You Are.