Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki

Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki is an African speculative fiction writer and editor in Nigeria. He is a multiple Hugo and Nebula award finalist and has won the the Otherwise, British Fantasy award, and Nommo award, twice. He has also been a finalist in the, Locus, Sturgeon and BSFA award, twice. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared and are forthcoming in Tordotcom, Strange Horizons, Galaxy’s Edge, Apex, Asimov’s and more. He edited Bridging Worlds, the first ever Year’s Best African Speculative Fiction anthology, co-edited the groundbreaking Dominion anthology, and the Africa Risen anthology forthcoming on Tordotcom in Nov 2022. You can find him in Twitter https://twitter.com/penprince_

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