• Adow, Kwaku Feni

    Kwaku Feni AdowKwaku Feni Adow

    Born 1988 in Atonsu-Nsuta, Ghana.
    Living in Akosombo, Ghana.

    Kwaku is a writer, poet, teacher and student from Ghana, currently pursuing a degree in one of the country's University. He describes himself as a lover of literature and music.
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  • Agyei-Baah, Adjei

    Adjei Agyei-BaahAdjei Agyei-Baah

    Born 1977 in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana
    Living in Kumasi, Ashanti Region, Ghana
    Adjei, is an English language lecturer and the co-founder Africa Haiku Network and Poetry Foundation Ghana. He doubles as the co-editor of the Mamba Journal, Africa’s first haiku periodical and champions an avant-garde type of haiku dubbed “Afriku”, which seeks to project the unique sights, sounds, and settings of Africa. He discovered haiku through his fellow countryman, Nana Fredua-Agyeman and tasted his first journal publication with Shamrock in 2011.
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  • Kalusian, Emmanuel Jessie

    Emmanuel Jessie Kalusian

    Emmanuel Jessie Kalusian is a haiku writer, and a writer of many things. He is the co-founder of Africa Haiku Network and co-editor of its Mamba journal.
    He runs a private website: