Ayodele Olofintuade is a queer, non-binary black feminist. She is the author of Lakiriboto Chronicles: A Brief History of Badly Behaved Women (2018), Eno’s Story (2010)—shortlisted for the NLNG Prize in 2011. Her short stories and essays have been published in several literary journals, her latest essay is “Lost In Translation”(ByTruly.co) . She is an investigative journalist/researcher, and is presently focused on Yoruba women in Ifa and pre-colonial histories. She’s been running an online Feminist and Queer e-zine, 9jafeminista since 2012.