“I can get under your skin, into your head, and put down on paper, exactly how you’re feeling.” Chioma Nnani calls herself a Blood-washed, God-chasing storyteller. She holds a Law (LLB) degree from the University of Kent, Canterbury; and a PgCert in Food Law from the De Montfort University, Leicester. She is the award-winning author
Tsungi’s inspiration in life is her Christian faith. She desires to evangelize creatively, as well as to encourage and motivate those in her sphere of influence to not give up in life but to go for their dreams and see them become a reality. She has been passionate about writing from childhood. She currently works
Tendai was born in 1983 in Harare, Zimbabwe. She holds a BSc Honours Degree in Psychology from the University Of Zimbabwe. Her most notable works include Wounds; (Sentinel Annual Literature Anthology) in 2011 and I Have Sinned (Summoning the Rains) for 2012. In 2002 she won a Zimbabwe International Book Fair award in English Literature
South African born James Whyle: “I am a typer. I am a worried citizen. I am the author of The Book of War (published by Jacana Media) and the original screenplay for Otelo Burning.” @jameswhyle on Twitter http://jameswhyle.blogspot.com
Yewande, born in Barbados, grew up in Nigeria with her Barbadian mother, Nigerian father and two older brothers. The family moved to South Africa in 1992. Yewande, a trained architect, completed a Masters in Creative Writing. Her debut novel Bomboy, published in 2011 by Modjaji Books, was shortlisted for the 2012 Sunday Times Literary Awards
Ukamaka is an amazingly talented Nigerian born short-story writer and author. Her debut novel Eyes of a Goddess was released in 2012 by Piraeus Books, LLC. Ukamaka’s short stories have also been published in various literary sites, such as Sentinel Nigeria and Short Story Day Africa.