Roseline Mgbodichinma Anya Okorie
Roseline Mgbodichinma is a Nigerian writer whose works have appeared or are forthcoming in The African writer Magazine, The Hellebore, Serotonin Poetry, West Trestle Review, X-ray lit mag, JFA human rights mag, Serotonin poetry, Indianapolis Review, Artmosterrific, Kalahari review, Blue Marvel Review & elsewhere.
She won the Audience Favorite award for the Union Bank Campus writing challenge - Okada books, she is the third prize winner for the PIN food poetry contest and a finalist for the Shuzia Creative writing contest.
You can reach her on her blog
6/5/2021 06:50:48 am
The first work I read was " In my country girls disappear." I like the honesty and simplicity in her words and the fact that someone saw beauty in it to rewrite it in another language is amazing.
6/5/2021 07:15:42 am
WHY I WRITE: OBEYING THE DIVINE. Some paragraphs blew my mind. I love how she imputed books into them. She's a beautiful writer with an immense depth of creativity. My excitement has doubled in anticipation for the mentorship programme. I can't wait to give breath to clay and dare it to turn to dust.
8/5/2021 07:33:46 am
Greater heights to our African writers, the pen is greater than the sword.
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