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In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents the poetry of the Nigerian SFF special issue, including a reading by Julia Beach.



Ojo Taiye is a young Nigerian who uses poetry as a tool to hide his frustration with the society. Apart from writing, he loves drinking coffee a lot. His poems and works have appeared in journals like Rattle, Frontier Poetry, Palette Poetry, The Stinging Fly, Notre Dame Review, Vallum, Crannog, Argot, Brittle Paper, Glass Journal, Elsewhere, Eunoia Review, Lit Mag, Juke, Praxis Magazine, and elsewhere. You can find him on Twitter @ojo_poems.
Onyendozi Samson Aja is an emerging writer who attempts to see words in everything around him. He is trained to write legal texts, but he always yields to the drive to write poetry. He lives in Nigeria and may be found on Twitter @SamsonAja.
Okwudili Nebeolisa is a Nigerian writer whose poetry has appeared or will be featured in Threepenny Review, Fireside Magazine, The Cincinnati Review, Salamander Magazine, and Ambit Magazine, while his nonfiction have appeared in Commonwealth Writers and Catapult. You can follow him on Twitter @NebeolisaO.
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