I invite you to come take a riverboat excursion through the crystal-clear waters of the heart, mind and soul. Feel the wind at your back as you immerse yourself in this oasis of words. You will be at once quenched and refreshed, droplets of Summer rain on your tongue so bittersweet.
— Omis Carter, North Carolina
Ehi-kowochio Ogwiji is an award-winning creative writer whose writings examine womenfolk issues, mental illness stigma, and environmental realities. Her poem, “An Artifact of a Groin War” won third place in the 2019 Nigerian Students Poetry Prize. She is also the winner of the 2017 Albert Jungers Poetry Prize. You can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. She is @OgwijiEhi on Twitter and @ehi_ogwiji on Instagram.