Founder / CEO / Publisher
Kenechi Uzor has a B. A in Philosophy, B.Sc in English/ Creative Writing, and an MFA in Creative Writing. He has worked as a book publisher (Grower Literature), a journalist, and a librarian. He was formerly Enterprise Editor for Kachifo/Farafina and the General Manager, Farafina Trust. His writing has been included in anthologies and has appeared in Electric Literature, The Millions, Catapult, Maple Tree Literary Supplement, Blue Monday Review, Brittle Paper, and a few others. He is a 2020 Tin House Scholar, a winner of the 2020 Scowcroft Prose prize, and has received residency and fellowship awards from Ebedi International Residency and the Dee Artists’ Colony. He is currently working on a graduate degree in publishing.
Head Legal Advisory and Compliance
Olaolu Oni is the author of the novel, yNBA. She practices as an Intellectual Property attorney in both Lagos and New York.
Jane is a Nigerian short story writer, scriptwriter, and playwright. Her work has appeared in Munyori Journal, Jalada, and several anthologies. She’s currently an MFA student at the University of New Mexico.
Roseline Mgbodichinma is a Nigerian writer, poet and blogger who is passionate about documenting women’s stories. She is currently pursuing a law degree and actively freelancing. Her work has been published on Isele, Native Skin, Down River Road, Amplify, JFA human rights mag, Blue marble review, Kalahari Review, Indianapolis review, the hellebore and elsewhere. You can reach her on her blog at www.mgbodichi.com where she writes about art, issues and lifestyle.