Okonkwor Christian Oyor is a medical student and a writer. He runs the blog Written Whisperz with four other writers, and posts his works there. For him, writing is life.
“A culture that is not in control of their own narrative will forever live at the mercy of another’s pen.” ~Mark Gonzales
Socrates Mbamalu writes short stories and will soon start working on a novel. He was part of the Writivism Workshop 2014. He has had his stories published in the Kalahari Review, SankofaMag and Ynaija. He wants his works to be enjoyed.
Mr. Komakech is a journalist. He works with Daily Monitor.
Beatrice Lamwaka is the founder and director of Arts Therapy Foundation a non-profit organisation that provides psychological and emotional support through creative arts therapies.
Kwabena Agyare Yeboah lives and writes from Kumasi, Ghana.
Sunday Eyitayo Michael is a contemporary Nigerian poet, essayist and short story writer.
Her personal motto is, “Dream as big as you want.”
Amy is an award winning writer. She is a journalist by training, and detoured into writing fiction in 2011. In the same year, her first short story appeared in People Opposing Women’s Abuse 2011, a women’s writing anthology published by by Jacana. In 2012 she won the inaugural Short Story Day Africa fiction writing competition.…
Jude is a student at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. He is an aspiring writer and thinks of himself as a, “ Student of life. Believer in fact and fantasy. Sometimes I write. Sometimes I speak. Sometimes I’m normal, most times I’m me.” He believes in God above all else.