Ola W. Halim is a Nigerian writer and teacher whose themes cut across sexuality, albinism, inclusive education and feminism. He has been shortlisted for the TFCN Teacher's Prize for Literature 2019, the Sevhage Short Story Prize 2019, and the Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2021. He won the LitFest Prize for Prose 2020 for his short story, "Miracle", the Albinism and Vitiligo Awareness Award (2019), and the PIN Annual Food Poetry Contest 2020 for his poem, "Garri: '67-'70. His work has been published on the Kalahari Review, African Writer, Dwartsonline, Tuck Magazine, ARTmosterrific, Lolwe, Brittle Paper, Ekonke, Black Pride Magazine, with interviews available on Poets in Nigeria and Africa in Dialogue. He works as a prose editor for ARTmosterrific, a literary platform publishing young African writers; and he mentors storytellers on SprinNG. He can be found on Twitter: @OlaposiH.