ABUBAKAR ISIAKA ISHAQ
Abubakar Isiaka Ishaq holds a degree in English and Literary Studies. He is an editor, poet, short story writer and has a keen interest in critical writing. He lives in Lagos and can be reached on firstname.lastname@example.org .
KAREEM TAWAKALIT OLAWUMI
Kareem Tawakalit Olawumi holds a degree in Microbiology from the University of Ibadan. The medley of words to become something tangible and alive has been a constant thread in the fabric of her life. She’s in love with Africa, and the people that inhabit her.
AKOR EMMANUEL OCHE
Akor Emmanuel Oche is an art collector and marketer who studied Visual arts under the mentorship of Aquila Chinomso. He is a Nigerian poet, critic, essayist and thinker. His works have appeared in numerous anthologies, reputable journals and websites across the globe. Some of which includes Ann arbor review, Provocanyon Review, Sevhage Reviews, Artvilli, Mamba journal for Africa Haiku, South Florida Poetry Journal, the e-zine of Los Angeles, Pyrokinections, AFAS review, World Haiku Review, Under the l Basho, Praxis Magazine, Tuck international Magazine, Synchronized Chaos Magazine among others. Akor is the publicity secretary for the Afrika Haiku Network and works as editor/freelancer for many sites and agencies and offices.
AKPEM TERESE SHADRACH.
Akpem Terese Shadrach is a Graduate of Veterinary Medicine from the Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi; Benue State. He is the author of What Makes a Man a Person of his own Personality, a critical thinker, a passionate writer of inspirational and fictional works and has keen interest in indigenous literary works. He contributes from Makurdi and can be reached on email@example.com .
AKWU SUNDAY VICTOR
AKwu Sunday Victor is from Kogi State. He holds a degree in English and Literary Studies and is currently a postgraduate student of English Literature. A poet, playwright and critic, he has scholarly works in national and international journals. He has keen interest in African literature and in his words: “I don’t review European or non African works. I think their critics should do that.” He teaches of English Language and Literature.
INNOCENCE SILAS KATRICIA
Innocence Silas Katricia is a poet, fiction writer and reviewer. His works have appeared on Praxis Magazine, African Writer, and several websites and blogs. He is currently an editor with SEVHAGE PUBLISHERS and serves as the Head, SEVHAGE REVIEWS. He believes that African writing is one of the best best things to have happened to world literature.
Onwukwe Chimdinma is a Law graduate from the University of Ibadan. Due to the lackadaisical attitude of the government towards education in Nigeria, she could not make law school in November of 2016. She is currently using the one year “free time”, interning at Ernst & Young. Lagos is showing her HELL! She can’t wait to disappear out of this “mad city”. But Lagos is giving her stories too and she hopes to write about them someday. Chimdinma LOVES Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in a way that is sacred and she loves talking about African literature. She blogs at www.adrielzjournal2013.wordpress.com
Adefolami Ademola is a writer, poet, social commentator, and content writer. While a Theatre Arts student at the prestigious Lagos State University, Lagos, Nigeria, his bold writings exposed him to threats from lecturers and students, for exposing the ills of the society, mirroring the university. But he remained undaunted and was popular for his intellectual insouciance. A 2016 PIN (Poets in Nigeria) Poets’ Residency Fellow, his poem, “Memories, Regurgitated” inevitably made the Top Ten Shortlist in the 2016 edition of the Korea/Nigeria Cultural Poetry Fiesta. He is presently a Content Creator at http://seemeseenigeria.com/ He lives in Lagos, Nigeria.
A versatile and compulsive reader who aspires the triumvirate: critic, columnist and professor of African literature- in- English.