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Uchenna Shadrach Franklin
Uchenna Shadrach Franklin contributed these pieces from Nigeria.
Udeme Ralph is a Nigerian novelist and short story writer. He is a professional historian and a lover of philosophy. His philosophical fiction, Beyond the Veil, was published in 2013 by Westbowpress. His short stories have appeared on Storied.com, Wittyink, and other online platforms. Udeme is an alumnus of ANA/Yusuf Ali creative writing workshop.
Udochukwu was born and educated in the ancient city of Ibadan. A graduate of Economics and Development Practice from the University of Ibadan, he is an ardent follower of Hip-Hop and Manchester United FC. He has written for notable literary and contemporary blogs including AfricanWriter.com, SankofaMag, TheNakedConvos, TheSarcasticCentre, and others.
Uduma Kalu holds a University of Nigeria BA in English, as well as a University of Ibadan MA, also in English. Winner of the University of Nigeria First Prize for Poetry, amongst others, Kalu's poems and stories have appeared in anthologies like 25 New Nigerian Poets (Ed. Toyin Adewale-Gabriel), Trembling Leaves (Ed. Bunmi Oyinsan), A Volcano of Voices (Ed. Steve Shaba) and ANA Reviw. He works as a journalist at The Guardian Newspapers, Lagos, Nigeria.
Ufuoma Bakporhe is a nineteen year old student and writer from Delta State, Nigeria. She is currently in her third year in the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University studying Law. Ufuoma has a novel on child autism published in 2014 by Emotion Press titled 'Lettars from an Imbecile'. She is currently on her second work, a collection of short stories. She enjoys literature and the creative arts.
Ugochukwu Ejinkeonye is on the Editorial Board of the Independent, a national newspaper published in Lagos, Nigeria. He writes a highly regarded column, (SCRUPLES) on the back page of the paper every Wednesday. eMail. Blog.
Umar Abubakar Sidi
Umar Abubakar Sidi: attended the Nigerian Military School, Zaria and the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna. A member of Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) Kaduna Chapter, has written several poems and short stories, and was a nominee for poet of the year 2002 by the International Library of Poetry. His email. His website.
Unoma Nguemo Azuah
Unoma Azuah is a poet, novelist and a college professor. She shares her time between the US and Nigeria. Her debut novel, Sky-high Flames won the Urban Spectrum award and her second novel, Edible Bones won the Aidoo-Snyder book award. On Broken Wings: an anthology of best contemporary Nigerian poetry, which she edited, has just been published.
Unyierie Angela Idem
Unyierie Angela Idem teaches English as a Second Language (ESL) at Holyoke Community College (HCC), Holyoke, Massachusetts, USA. In her free time, she reads and writes poetry that addresses a broad range of issues from personal to social and political. Her poems have appeared in Sentinel Literary Quarterly: The Magazine of World Literature (April 2011 issue) and aaduna (Fall/Winter 2011 and 2012 issues). She has participated in a number of poetry events, including HCC faculty readings and the aaduna Fundraiser in Harlem, New York. She has also been a guest reader at a public library in Massachusetts. She is currently working on a collection of poems.