Samuel Osho is an award-winning writer, a public speaker, and a professional mechanical engineer. You can find some of his works on TheCable, Sahara Reporters, YNaija, ScoopNG, The Manitoban, WRRNG amongst many others.
Anthony Okpunor is a Nigerian poet and artist. He was shortlisted for the 2019 Nigerian Student Poetry Prize. He was also shortlisted for the SEVHAGE/Angya Poetry Prize 2019. He emerged as the winner of the 2019 Kreative Diadem Annual Creative Writing Contest (poetry category). He was a finalist for the 2020 Palette Spotlight Poetry Award. He was also longlisted for Palette Poetry’s 2020 Emerging Poet Prize. His works have appeared/forthcoming on online platforms including African Writer, Praxis Magazine, The McNeese Review, Palette Poetry, Frontier Poetry, Rattle, Roadrunner Review, and elsewhere. He can be reached on Twitter @TonyOkpunor
Olakunle Ologunro is a Nigerian writer. His work has been published in Brittle Paper, Agbowo, the Queer Africa anthology, and the Gerald Kraak anthology for work that provokes thought on the topics of gender, social justice and sexuality. He is an alumnus of the Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop and a finalist for the 2020 Adina Talve-Goodman Fellowship from One Story Magazine. He won the inaugural Kreative Diadem Prize for short fiction.
Samuella Olaleye is a freelance writer and editor with a passion for sharing authentic and relatable stories. She believes in continuous learning and is always focused on honing her skills. She believes that communication is the bedrock of all relationships and as such writing is both a passion and a career for her. She is always looking for new ways for creative expression and this has led her both to volunteer as well as take jobs in copywriting as well as creative writing. She recently has started venturing into scriptwriting as well.
She is the Managing Editor for Kreative Diadem and has worked with different authors and companies in creating quality content.
She can be found on Twitter and Instagram as @thesamuella. Her work can be found on pristine7.wordpress.com and on Medium as Samuella Beth