Hello there!

How are you doing today?

On the 15th of June, we called for submissions for the second edition of the Fada Kay Creative Writer’s Challenge.

I’m writing this primarily to introduce you to an amazing team of judges for this season.

But let me share this wonderful news first. We decided to include all three winners from the last Season into the team of judges this Season. Amazing, right?

We hope to keep doing this subsequently.

We figured that if you’re good enough to win this competition, you’re good enough to judge it. It’s that simple. Isn’t it?

Here goes!

Dexter F. I. Joseph is a creative writer and a critic of everything nice. He reads during the day and writes at night. He is a graduate of Business Administration from Nnamdi Azikiwe University. He admires creative literature, drawings, music, poetry, etc. He was second runner up for the Fada Kay Creative Writer’s Challenge Season One. We’re delighted to have Dexter F. I. Joseph on the team.

Oluwaseun Beatrice Wende is a Creative Writer who has released two anthologies of short stories. She emerged national winner of the 2019 Crater Literary prize for Short story fiction. In 2020, she was first runner up in the Fada Kay Creative Writer’s Challenge, second runner up in the Myshuzia short story competition, and had her play published in the prestigious Enyo Anthology of contemporary plays as the winner from West Africa Region. It’s a pleasure to be working with Oluwaseun Beatrice Wende this season.

Salome Olorunsogo is a creative writer and editor. She is a graduate of English and Literary Studies of the University of Ibadan. She grew up in Abeokuta, Ogun State where she got all of her Primary to Tertiary education. Her interests include anything art. She was judged winner of the Fada Kay Creative Writer’s Challenge 2020. We’re honoured to have Salome Olorunsogo as a judge this season.

Soogun Omoniyi is our Chief Judge this Season. He is a Medical Doctor and a Creative Writer, who blows his audience away with his Friday Twitch flash fiction stories. He owns a camera and two lenses. Most times, he wants to be alone all day with books and the Internet. We’re elated to be working with Soogun Omoniyi this year.

So dot those (i)s and cross your (t)s. Carpe Diem (Seize the day)!

If you’re yet to register and submit your story, please click HERE for instructions.

God bless you greatly.

Warm regards,
Oselumhense Anetor