Ewa Gerald Onyebuchi is a budding Nigerian writer from the Southeast who writes both short stories and poems. His jaw still drops each time he gets published. He is an alumnus of Professor Chigozie Obioma's 2021 creative writing masterclass. His short story, "Wearing my skin," was shortlisted for the Ibua journal 2020 bold continental call: Imagining a new Africa.
He has been published in literary journals and magazines like Ibua journal, whimsicalpoets.com, brittle paper, afritondo, nantygreens, penmancy.com, bengaluru review, asterlit.org, and elsewhere. If he's not writing, he is either taking a walk to clear his head of writers' block or thinking of what to write. Sometimes, if lucky, you can catch him just fiddling around Facebook and Instagram to ease off boredom. Other times, he's taking a nap.