TITLE: ADULTING IN NIGERIA
AUTHOR: MICHAEL EMMANUEL & EMMANUEL FAITH
NO. OF PAGES: 48
Two brothers, thirty poems, and spellbinding language. Didactic. Poignant. Riveting!
MICHAEL EMMANUEL is an Associate Editor at Praxis Mag and a publishing Editor at Itanile. He is a previous winner of the Shuzia Creative Writing Contest (2020) and the Quramo Writers Prize (2018). He was a finalist for the Awele Creative Trust Prize 2020 and the 2021 Stephen A. Dibiase Poetry Contest. His works have appeared in Kalahari Review, The African Writers Review, Jalada Mag, perhappened mag, and other places. He is on Twitter @mikey_emmanuel and instagram as @the_mike_mmanuel.
EMMANUEL FAITH is a budding poet and once in a blue moon writer who lives in Lagos. Presently the Lead, People and Culture of one of the burgeoning fin-techs in Africa, He finds solace in poetry and enjoys meandering through rhymes and rhythms. A former winner of Brigitte Poirson Poetry contest, Albert Jungers Poetry Prize and other notable contests, his debut poetry collection, Lagos Doesn’t Sleep, was an exciting adventure. This is his second literary work. He is on twitter and IG as @themmanuelfaith.