Tolulope Oke is an art enthusiast and identifies as a fellow of progress.
Editor. Essayist. Researcher. Oluwadamilare, who writes under his first name Dami Lare, is a graduate of two schools of his choosing. Writes from someplace in Southwestern Nigeria, with works previously published nowhere but can now be found online and in print. Winner of the Amb-Hbf award and finalist for the ACT award among others. He is the Managing Editor of Lunaris Review, founder of Magenta Initiative, associate editor at Pan-African University Press, co-facilitator of Ink and Pages, and editor of Thursday’s Children and A Mosaic of Torn Places, two anthologies of contemporary African writing. His interests cuts across both ends of the arts spectrum, the academic and creative culture, with a focus on aural and oral literatures, popular literature and culture, media and performance studies, and especially fond for the personal essay, which allows him to straddle both worlds comfortably. He teaches communication skills and writing at the University of Ibadan.
Nana Arhin Tsiwah
Abeiku Arhin Tsiwah is a Ghanaian Smartphone Enthusiast & Content Critic. He’s the Senior Editor at Lunaris Review (a Journal of Arts & the Literary, Nigeria) & the Creative Director at The Village Thinkers (a Creative Writing & Performing Arts Society, Ghana). The 2018 Shortlisted Poet for African Writers Awards has had his works anthologized/&[or] publicized in reputed literary volumes: EXPOUND, Whispers, Novel Masters, Kreative Diadem, Anansekrom, Visual Verse, Gnosis Magazine, Tuck Magazine, The Liberian Literary Magazine & elsewhere.
Associate Publishing Editor
Dhee Sylvester is a recluse living in a part of Lagos only few Lagosians have heard about. He’s the author of From Man To God, the co-author of Two Shades Of Crazy, and has been a part of numerous literary anthologies. He was nominated for a Best of the Net Fiction Award in 2017, and won the Black Pride Award for Prose Writing in the same year. His poetry and short stories have been published in print and online, and he’s a part-time Graphic Artist fascinated by psychopaths.
Mariam Banire is a penultimate law student at the University of Lagos with an avid interest in technology, SDGs, and the energy sector. She currently works as a content writer and researcher. She has participated in several Model United Nations (MUNs) both as a delegate and a researcher and won awards like the Verbal Mention Award. She was also part of the top intern for Art Talents Africa (ARRTA) and got her article published on their website.