Ololade Edun is a contemporary Nigerian creative, a microbiologist, professional copywriter, freelancer, and a medical student. His pieces are experimental and they dissect societal themes — especially the ones we do not like to talk about. He is a student of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, where he was the Editor-in-Chief of his department.
Ololade Edun is interested in sciences, literature, art, medicine, and leadership. He is the author of a poetry chapbook titled, "TIME: 50 poems of 2 decades" and several other pieces in different literary houses.
Ololade loves volunteering, attending literary events, watching movies, and rewriting copies. On most days, he fantasizes about his beautiful pet cats, being a god, and the warm embrace of his lover.
Ololade is an editor for ARKore Writers Space and TVO TRIBE. He is a unit head for SPIC Family, and a podcaster for The GhostPen Project. In 2020, he was announced as a finalist with the Tobi Coker.
With three books to his name, when he is not writing, Ololade is either in the laboratory culturing microbes or drowning in Indian/Pakistani playback songs. You can find Ololade creating violence on social media, networking with other creatives, or journaling his experiences.