Meet The Team

Jay Kophy – Poetry Editor

Jay Kophy is a Ghanaian poet whose poems have been featured and are forthcoming in literary magazines such as AGNILolwe, FourWay Review, PidgeonHoles, Indianapolis Review, Glass Poetry, Tampered Press, and many others. He is the winner of the inaugural Samira Bawumia Literature Prize in poetry. He is also the author of Walking on Water, selected by the Library of Africa and the African Diaspora (LOATAD) and Light Factory Publications (LFP) for the Reading the Migration Library (RML) series.

Amoafoa – Fiction/Nonfiction Editor

Amoafoa spends the daytime working in legal advocacy and the night hours reading and writing stories that plow through Africa and its diaspora’s arbitrary borders. You can find her published work at Flash Fiction Ghana, Tampered Press, the Gender-Based Violence Project’s The Big Yellow Post and her personal blog: astoldbyamoafoa.wordpress.com. She also maintains an active “Bookstagram” account @whatamoafoaread.

Fui Can-Tamakloe – Fiction/Nonfiction Editor

Fui Can-Tamakloe is a Ghanaian poet and fiction writer. He is one of the authors of the flash fiction anthology ‘Made In Ghana: A Collection of Short Stories’. He also contributed to the ‘Kenkey for Ewes & Other Very Short Stories’ anthology. Fui enjoys exploring relationships between Ghanaians and their environment through fiction. He writes in English and Ghanaian Pidgin.

Afua Awo Twumwa – Fiction/Nonfiction Editor

Afua Awo Twumwa is an accountant, a writer and has a keen interest in the performing arts. Her works have appeared in Tampered Press, Kalahari Review, AFREADA and some anthologies. Find her on all socials @awotwumwa.

 Henneh Kyereh Kwaku – Poetry Editor

Henneh Kyereh Kwaku is a poet from Gonasua in the Bono Region of Ghana. He’s the author of Revolution of the Scavengers, selected by Kwame Dawes and Chris Abani for the APBF New Generation African Poets Chapbook Series. His poems/essays/hybrids have appeared/forthcoming in Lolwe, Agbowó, Tupelo Quarterly, Tampered Press, Poetry Society of America, Praxis Magazine, IceFloe Press, Random Photo Journal, Lunaris Review, CGWS, New South Journal, Samira Bawumia Literary Prize Winners Anthology, Resilience, Olongo Africa & elsewhere. Find him on Twitter/IG: @kwaku_kyereh.