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Hi, everybody! My name is Gabriele.
It is a little about myself: I live in United States, my city of Garfield Heights.
It's called often Northern or cultural capital of OH. I've married 4 years ago.
I have two children - a son (Clyde) and the daughter (Guy). We all like Geocaching.
Hajaarh Muhammad Bashar is a writer from Minna, Niger state, Nigeria. She holds a degree from Al-Hikmah University Ilorin, Nigeria. Her works appeared in Gold dust Magazine, Art-muse fair, Voice of the aspirants anthology, Art and Nature anthology of Free poetic Universe, Late night blues anthology of PIN poetry chapbook series, SETU’Mar19 anthology of women, power and creativity, and other literary sites. She emerged the winner of the weekly poetry planet contest themed ‘Coffee’. She was both shortlisted and Longlisted for the JB Afenfia flash fiction and poetry contest 2018. She was also longlisted for the Syncity Anniversary anthology prize 2019. Hajaarh was a participant of the Art-muse fair creative writing workshop 2018 and the MinnaBaf workshop for Nonfiction 2018. She emerged the second runner up in the Sevhage short story prize and the third runner up in the Poetically Written prose contest 2019 respectively. Her short story "3 shades of darkness" was published in the ANA Review 2019.
Carl Terver is a Nigerian critic, poet and editor. He is the assistant digital editor of Praxis magazine. His writings have appeared in Praxis, The Question Marker, EBO Quills, and Opera News Hub. His style in poetry tilts towards minimalism a la Japanese poetry (like Hitomaro's). He is on Twitter and Instagram @carlterver
Writer and Poet. Founder of Poetic Wednesdays. Great listener, awesome friend. Harry Potter Stan. Enjoys tea and great company
Mc yunus is an art enthusiast. He's experimented with all genres of literary art but settles more in poetry. He's a mentor of creative writing at the hilltop creative arts foundation minna. He currently enjoys photography brewed from lenses of his phone which would be made into a collection he's titled poetry in a photo soon.