Fatima Bala was born in Kaduna, she is a lecturer and a poet with a captivating voice in contemporary literature. She infuses her work with the richness of her cultural heritage, shedding light on diverse perspectives often overlooked. Through her ...

Zaynab Iliyasu Bobi, Frontier I, a Nigerian-Hausa poet, digital artist, and photographer is a graduate of Medical Laboratory Science from Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto. She is the author of the forthcoming chapbook Sixteen Songs of Loss, selected as a finalist ...

Julie Weiss  is the author of The “Places We Empty”, her debut collection published by Kelsay books, and a chapbook, The Jolt: Twenty-One Love Poems in Homage to Adrienne Rich, published by Bottlecap Press. Her “Poem Written in the Eight ...

Isaac Matui Miles Thomas better known under the pen name MI Thomas is a Nigerian Writer and Filmmaker. Born on October 3rd, 1990 in Zaria, in Northern Nigeria, Thomas graduated from the University of Maiduguri in 2013 with a B.A. ...

In this riveting interview with Paul Liam, Odoh Diego Okenyodo, a trained Pharmacist, Journalist, Development Communication Expert, Managing Director of Isu Media Ltd, Executive Director of AkweyaTV, a former Literary Journalist, Poet and author of the 2009 Nigeria Literature Prize ...

“Writing itself is a Spiritual Exercise” INTERVIEW WITH MAHE SALIHU By Aisha Kabir (Literature Voices) Aisha Kabir: Please could you briefly introduce yourself? Mahe: My name is Salihu Mahe. I am a writer and a freelance editor. I mostly write ...

“Writing is not for the fainthearted” AN INTERVIEW WITH BASIT JAMIU By Haneefah AbdulRahman (Literature Voices) (Basit Jamiu is the Founding Editor of Afro Anthology Series. His works have appeared in African Writer, Brittle Paper, Afri Diaspora, Kalahari Review, Saraba ...

“Writing is a Reflection of the Soul on the Human Consciousness” INTERVIEW WITH OJO OLUMIDE EMMANUEL  By Phateema Salihu (Literature Voices) (Ojo Olumide Emmanuel is a Nigerian poet, playwright and book editor. His works have appeared and forthcoming at INNSAEI ...

“Writers must not always claim to be Moral Champions” AN INTERVIEW WITH JULIUS BOKORU By Phateema Salihu (Literature Voices) Julius Bokoru is the author of the book ‘The Angel That Was Always There’. This fictional work catapults him into the ...

“New Contemporary Poets are Inventing Structures” A CONVERSATION WITH ADEDAYO ADEYEMI AGARAU By Ojo Olumide Emmanuel (Literature Voices) (Adedayo Agarau’s chapbook, Origin of Names, was selected by Chris Abani and Kwame Dawes for New Generation African Poet (African Poetry Book ...