Nnamdi Anyadu’s work is centered on imagining potentials of, and for, the African future, and reimagining the African present. Having studied as an environmentalist at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, he also takes keen interest in the natural and built environment. A joint-winner of the inaugural edition of the Reimagined Folktales Prize, his works have appeared on several publications and literary sites such as, Brittlepaper, Omenana, Kalahari Review, Ebedi Review, Ake Review, and Down River Road. His short story, "The Mask and the Woman," was recently
longlisted for the Afritondo Prize 2020.
Nnamdi Anyadu is comfortable writing speculative fiction and has recently finished a collection of short stories in the genre. He keeps indoor and outdoor plants, collects autographed books, and owns a small hat collection.