Adedayo is a Robert Hayden Scholarship fellow of Stockton University and a recipient of the Stanley Awards for International Research (2022), University of Iowa. He is studying for MFA at the Iowa Writers' Workshop'23. His manuscript, The Morning The Birds Died, was a finalist of the Sillerman Prize (2021). His chapbook, Origin of Names, was selected for New Generation African Poet—African Poetry Book Fund (2020). Vegetarian Alcoholic Press published his chapbook, The Arrival of Rain (January 2020). His poems are featured or forthcoming in World Literature Today, Anomaly, Frontier, Iowa Review, Boulevard, and elsewhere. Adedayo is the Editor-in-Chief at Agbowó: An African magazine of literature and art, and the editor of New International Voices Series at Icefloe-Press. Adedayo edited Memento: An Anthology of Contemporary Nigerian Poetry (2020).
You can find him on Twitter @adedayo_agarau or www.agarauadedayo.com.