There is an integral part of us as human, that which is our sexuality. Interestingly, it’s neither synthetic nor derived as it’s evidently one of the basis of human existence.

There is always an invention every minute of everyday but the condition that determines their survival or extinction is continuity, and this is where sexual potency which is the key factor in reproduction comes in place.

Unfortunately, as significant as this is, it’s the only subject people, especially Africans explore in their closets. One would be made to wonder why even with the distinctive gift of free will and expression, people still choose to adopt the fear of coming out in the open to express that which they are made of. The reason is not far-fetched.

It’s therefore on this note that an initiative, tagged EroGospel was birthed, with the primary purpose of giving writers a platform where sexuality can be explored, built, dismembered, learn, unlearn and relearn even in the most sacred and creative language ever, in order to create and welcome accessibility from persons of every age bracket and intellectual bandwidth.

We believe that ‘things we do for love, we must do for lust‘ (Micheal Ace, 2017) and we also believe that we can create a vivid mental picture of kiss without mentioning the lips. Hence EroGospel is Eros without profanity.

EroGospel however started as a single poem, then it became a movement #erogospel. And now, it’s on its way to becoming the world largest archive of modern Eros.

Imagine having the likes Jide Badmus, Funsho Oris, Keem Tunde, and a host of other editors on the masthead? You know we actually mean business. .

Erogospel is an online literary magazine which is home to rich modern erotic literature and art from both established and emerging writers, poets, and visual artists.

Erogospel, founded in September 2019 by Micheal Ace, is an art that celebrates Eros without profanity. We believe that Eros is a kind of worship; sacred. Thus, we encourage original literary works and visual art, unique and devoid of cliché.

We accept submissions all year round with Jide Badmus & Obasa Funmilayo set to read your poems; Funso Oris, your nonfiction; and Keem Tunde to peruse and edit fiction works.


Check the submission page for guidelines.