Caleb Ajinomoh is a freelance journalist, playwright and novelist. His short stories have been featured on The Kalahari Review, Brittle Paper, Three Penny Review, One Throne magazine, Africanwriter.com and Thenakedconvos.com. He was a finalist for the Book Doctors’ 2016 Pitchapalooza for his debut work of fiction. He is the editor-at-large for The Mustard Magazine, Africa’s leading hip hop conscious quarterly info-letter. He may have published a non-fic in a moment’s madness, Job Seekers Do Stupid Things. Currently kidding himself about three novels and a collection of short stories, he pours his awake seconds into the scribbling. Contributing for the Education Review desk of Nigeria’s foremost tabloid, The Sun Newspaper, he lives in Lagos Nigeria.
adda is looking for new writing on the theme of climate change. We are seeking poetry, fiction and – in particular – non-fiction. Deadline 31 January 2020.Find out more