Kelechi Njoku

Kelechi Njoku

Kelechi Njoku is a former radio broadcaster, now an editor and ghost-writer. He is the 2014 West Africa Regional Prize winner of the Writivism Short Story Competition; he was shortlisted in Africa Book Club’s Short Reads (2014) and Naija Stories’ Best Short (2013), and he has also contributed fiction to the Kalahari Review, Nigerians Talk LitMag, Open Road Review, and Aerodrome. He lives in Lagos and Abuja.

Twitter: @Mister_Njoku 

adda open call: CLIMATE CHANGE

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.

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