Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu

Hauwa Shaffii Nuhu is a poet, essayist, reporter, and lawyer whose work has appeared in Popula, Ake Review, Lolwe, The Republic, Litro, After the Pause Journal, Bitter Oleander, 20.35 Africa, Memento, and Jalada Africa. She is a 2018 writer-in-residence at Ebedi Writers Residency. She’s currently a specialized reporter at HumAngle, covering under-reported layers of terrorism in the northern region of Nigeria. She tweets at @WaasiShaffii.

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April 13, 2022

The prize-winning Nigerian poet and co-founder of A Long House magazine honed his craft in the quiet, and then we heard his pathbreaking voice.

April 9, 2022

“It’s not just about developing platforms for African poets. What is the bigger picture?” asks the Nigerian poet and editor of the collective. “We are thinking of training, models that feed capacity, that enhance their craft and careers.”

April 13, 2022

The prize-winning Nigerian poet and co-founder of A Long House magazine honed his craft in the quiet, and then we heard his pathbreaking voice.

April 9, 2022

“It’s not just about developing platforms for African poets. What is the bigger picture?” asks the Nigerian poet and editor of the collective. “We are thinking of training, models that feed capacity, that enhance their craft and careers.”

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