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Peter Okonkwo was born in Akure, a city in the South-Western part of Nigeria. He is a fatalistic writer, author, editor, entrepreneur, poet, soon-to-be novelist of Etean’s Destiny; and a certified orator from the Friendship Leadership Institute of Nigeria.
Peter is the author of three english poetry collections: Ecstasy of the Dead; Fate, In the Dungeon of Doom, and Whose Fault, Kismet or Impediment?
His works have been surveyed as one that runs a gamut of emotion, religion undercurrents, the afterlife, mysteries of the human fate – occasionally coming across a quite wistful, melancholy, and in other instances very positive, and thought-provoking sort of anthologies.
Peter is the host of the “P. English Literature” YouTube channel where he review books and conducts interviews with authors around the world.
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Enit'ayanfe Ayosojumi Akinsanya
Enit’ayanfe Ayosojumi Akinsanya is a 27-year-old man born and raised in Nigeria. A graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University, he has bagged a House of Levite “The Ready Writers” Fellowship in 2016 as an undergraduate. His full-length fiction was a finalist for the National GTB Dusty Manuscript Prize for Fiction in 2018—among over 10,000 entries—and his essays and interviews have appeared in various top blogs within Africa. His works have been published on platforms like Brittle Paper and The Shallow Tales Review. He currently lives in Nigeria, where he teaches in a senior secondary school. He has published a a collection of short stories titled, “How to Catch a Story That Doesn’t Exist.