The Arts-Muse Fair gets new Editor, Contributors

We are pleased to welcome the trio of Nana Sule, Paul Liam, and Hajara Wodu into The Arts-Muse Fair family. They are bringing into the team their beautiful creativity, awesome versatility and amazing energy that have consistently marked out their individual writings which span the genres of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction.

Nana Sule
Nana Sule joins The Arts-Muse Fair as Associate Editor. She will work directly with the Founding Editor to curate engaging Africa-themed literature and arts contents which the site is famed for. 

Nana Sule holds a B.Tech in Estate Management and Valuation, and is the Author of A New Name. She is the Co-Founder, Young People for African Development- YPAD and a 2018 Ebedi Fellow. She is also a member of Regional Centre for Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development- RCE Minna.

She has published a number of short stories on literary blogs, and has organised/moderated many readings, literary  and environmental events and competitions. She ran the Amab Book Club for three years, and still serves as a literary consultant and editor for Amab Books and Publishing.   

Paul Liam
Paul Liam will be our guest contributor, pitching in incisive essays and reviews, and verses of socially engaging poetry.

Paul Liam (Paul T. Liam) is a poet, author, book reviewer, critical writer, editor, literary columnist, polemist, organizer and a creative writing mentor. A 2014 Ebedi fellow, he is the co-editor of Ebedi Review (Journal of the Ebedi International Writers’ Residency, Iseyin, Oyo State, Nigeria).

A former Assistant Secretary of the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA), Niger State Chapter, a former Public Relations Manager of the HilltopArts Centre, Minna. His published works include, Indefinite Cravings (2012), Saint Sha’ade and Other Poems (2014), Life is Like a Flower (anthology), Fireflies (anthology). He co-edited, Dew Drop, a student anthology of poetry. His critical essays, reviews and interviews have appeared in print and online newspapers and magazines.

Hajara Wodu
Hajara Wodu will be contributing her witty, deeply soulful prose in fine English language she commands with ease and great relish. Hajara Wodu is a lawyer and a writer who prefers to be called a Learner. She mostly writes creative non-fiction which have appeared in some print and online media. 

When she is not writing from inspirations that come to her fecund mind, you will find her trouble-shooting, just so the world can be lived with less litigation.