Reviewers

Adaudo Anyiam-Osigwe is an Associate Editor at Pride Magazine Nigeria, and is the Managing Editor of Saraba Magazine.


Agatha Aduro is a medical doctor by day and literary doctor every time else. A writer across the genres, her writings have appeared in different online magazines, anthologies and in print. She lives in Minna, Niger State, with family and two lovely dogs. She blogs at lifeandtheotherhalf.wordpress.com, Twitter: @pixiedust318.


Agbonmire Ifeh is a bookworm, has neither cats nor dogs, writes as a way to free the thoughts spinning around his head but primarily is a reader.


Dami Ajayi is the author of poetry collections, Daybreak and Clinical Blues.


Emeka Ugwu is a Data Analyst who lives in Lagos.


Jumoke Verissimo is widely published in magazines and journals across continents. She has written two books of poetry, I Am Memory (2008) and The Birth of Illusion (2015). 


Kwabena Agyare Yeboah lives in Accra, Ghana. His blog is The African Thought (www.mragyare.wordpress.com).


Modupe Yusuf studies languages at the University of Ibadan.


Redscar McOdindo K’Oyuga (@RedscarMcOdindo) is a poet and writer and many other things. He studied Medicine and Surgery. He writes in both Swahili and English. His work has been published in the Mandala Journal, KUT, Jalada, Lawino Magazine, Breaking Silence (a global poetry anthology) and Bodaboda Anthem and Other Poems: A Kampala Poetry Anthology, among others. His Swahili poems (mashairi) are weekly published in Taifa Leo and/or Taifa Jumapili, Kenya’s nationwide Swahili Newspaper. He is a winner of the Fern Poetry Prize. He contributes to Hivi Sasa, an online magazine. His work has also appeared, or is forthcoming, in Kwani?, Granta, assorted newspapers and other poetry anthologies.


Richard Oduor Oduku (@RichieMaccs) is a poet and writer. He studied Biomedical Science and Technology and works in Nairobi. He is a Founding member of Jalada Africa and HisiaZangu and has published in Kwani? Jalada Africa, Saraba Magazine, Storymoja among others. He also contributes to the Star Newspaper.


Su’eddie Vershima Agema is an award winning poet, editor and development worker. He can be reached by email at eddieagema@yahoo.com, @sueddieagema on Twitter. He blogs at http://sueddie.wordpress.com and http://sevhagereviews.wordpress.com.


Books and writing saved Tinuke Adeyi from the life she was born into. For this reason, she is in a lifelong relationship with reading. She is a medical practitioner and lives with her husband in Lagos.


Tolu Akinwole is a student of literature. Because talk is cheap, he writes.


Tomiwa Ilori lives in Nigeria in the midst of experiences. His views are constantly informed by the dynamism of the society and how that forms the fabric of our continued survival. He is also a firm believer that words can mould the world into form. Email: tomiwailori@gmail.com


The Favourite Son of Africa is the pseudonym of Tọ́pẹ́ Salaudeen-Adégòkè. He is an editor, literary critic and poet from Ibadan, Nigeria. Tọ́pẹ́ is the co-publisher of Fortunate Traveller, a travel journal. Also, he is the administrator of the Kofi Awoonor Memorial Library in Ibadan. He writes for Wawa Book Review, Abuja, and FilmsandCinemas, Lagos. He enjoys travelling and cooking. He is presently experimenting with poetic forms, including mathematical poetry, but does not know when his debut poetry collection will be ready. @LiteraryGansta is his alter ego on Twitter.


Troy Onyango is a Kenyan writer and lawyer.


Tunji Olalere writes from Lagos.


Uchenna Ekweremadu was long listed for the Erbacce Prize for Poetry, 2015 and 2016. He was the first runner-up for PEN Nigeria/Saraba Magazine Poetry Prize, 2011, and made it to the Book of Winners, Castello di Duino International Poetry Competition, 2010. His works have appeared in Coe Review, The Write Room, Saraba Magazine, Imitation Fruit Journal, Wilderness House Literary, A&U American AIDS Magazine, Kalahari Review and elsewhere. He is currently working on a novel.