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Author: Dayo Ntwari

Dayo Ntwari, a Rwandan Nigerian writer, has been a fan of science fiction and fantasy since childhood. He enjoys writing stories inspired by African legends and myths. He believes Africa’s diverse histories, religions, spirituality and mythologies can serve as a never-ending treasure trove of inspiration for African science fiction and fantasy. His short stories include: Omoshango, published in the People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction special issue of Lightspeed Magazine Devil’s Village, shortlisted for the Writivism 2015 Short Story Prize Nomansland, shortlisted for the 2015 Huza Press Award Mother’s Love, longlisted for the 2015 Short Story Day Africa Prize Dayo lives in Rwanda, where he is currently working on his first novel. He also hopes to publish a collection of his short stories. Twitter: @DayoNtwari Goodreads: Dayo Ntwari
Top 5 episodes

Top 5 episodes

  Episode 10 of The Logfile with Dayo Ntwari, is just a couple of days away. Incredible. In the meantime, here are the 5 most listened to episodes: 5. Ep.006 Black Nazis Pt.24. Ep.009 Africa Failed!3. Ep.005 Black Nazis Pt.12. Ep.008 Pandemic Playlist1. Ep.007 Post-Corona: The Next Pandemic Follow me on Twitter @LogfileShow or @DayoNtwari, and let me know what your favourite episodes are 🙂

#Lips – Weekly themed sketches

#Lips – Weekly themed sketches

Taking advantage of the holidays to get some writing and sketching done. Going back to the #anatomydrawing theme list I used for #Inktober2019, but doing it one subject per week, not per day. So, all the drawings I do this week will be #Lips. This is in all black #ballpointpen on A4 copy paper. Please follow me on Instagram @DayoNtwari for more sketches and my Patreon for my writing. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! #ballpointpenart #ballpoint #drawing #penart #sketching #sketch #sketchdaily #crosshatching.

#Inktober2019 completed!

#Inktober2019 completed!

DID IT!! Finished my very first #Inktober! My, what an adventure it’s been! Learned a lot! Rediscovered my love for #drawing! It wasn’t always easy to find the time for this challenge. The last two drawings were late again. I plan to do at least 2 drawings per week, going forward. Perhaps even do some A3-sized drawings, if not switch to A3 entirely. Meanwhile, check out my Patreon or Instagram for my 31 #Inktober2019 drawings, each done in black ballpoint…

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