Nureni Ibrahim is a lifetime student, writer, book reviewer, and haiku enthusiast. He lives and writes from somewhere in Nigeria and has published works in The Mamba Journal of Africa Haiku Network, Shamrock Haiku Journal, Under the Basho, Heron’s Nest, and elsewhere.
As a spoken-word artist, he has performed at Footprints of David Arts Festival, Ahmadu Bello University Day of Literature, Black History Month Festival, Purple Awareness Show, to mention but a few. He is a 2017 scholar of the Nigeria Higher Education Foundation, New York and a 2018 Fellow of Wawa Book Review Young Literary Critics.
Ibrahim has won several poetry prizes including 2017 Calabar Poetry Festival Prize and the Wax Art Poetry Prize. You will find him in villages, schools, halls and any literary garden.