Tukur Loba Ridwan is a poet, literary critic, editor and content writer.
With poetry, Loba explores the vastness and finiteness; sanctity and vanity of existence: memories, identity, creation, lust, ruins and loss.
His poems appear in Gyroscope Review, Cordite Poetry, The African Writers Magazine, Kalahari Review, Rising Phoenix, ARTmosterrific, INKspired, Poemify Magazine, Erogospel, EBOquills, Libretto Magazine, Nantygreens, Art Of Peace Anthology, Z Publishing - Best Emerging Poets 2019, Best New African Poets Anthology 2019, Nigiga Review, BBPC Anthology, The Quills and elsewhere. Also in several anthologies.
He won the Brigitte Piorson Monthly Poetry Contest (March 2018) and shortlisted in many others, including the Collins Elesiro Poetry Prize (June 2019).
In 2019, his debut poetry chapbook, A Boy's Tears On Earth's Tongue was published.
He cohorts with SprinNG Writing Fellowship and TRANSCENDE Masterclass.