"I'm fascinated by the art of threading words together to form tapestries of meaning. My dream is to work my way around the world and tell stories as I go. I'm currently studying Digital Communications in the University of Baltimore. I'm a Nigerian."
Toyosi Elizabeth Temitope
Trust Tonji writes from Porto Novo, Republic of Benin. His poetry has appeared in Prachya Review, Synchronized Chaos, The Kalahari Review, Praxis Magazine, The Electronic Pamphlet and elsewhere.
Tubal Rabbi Cain
Profile coming soon. His website.
Tuntufye Simwimba is a third year law student from Malawi. He was the
overall winner of the 2008 Malawi PEN Short Story competition. He is a
contributor to the Imagine Afraid 500 short story anthology. He writes
to deal with anger and boredom.
Ubong Anwana lives in Calabar, South Eastern Nigeria. He is a graduate student working part time with a media house in Port Harcourt. He is currently working on a book and has many unpublished literary pieces.
Uche Nduka is living and working in Holland. His books include Flower Child, Second Act, The Bremen Poems and Chiaroscuro. His first prose book titled Belltime Letters appeared in 2000. The winner of the Association of Nigerian Authors Poetry Prize for 1997, his passion at the moment is organic farming.
Uche Nworah is a freelance writer, lecturer and brand scholar. He is the founder and project director of T.O.T.A.L PROJECTS, an NGO that promotes e-learning in Africa. He lives in London and can be contacted on email@example.com.