Following the call for application for membership into the Editorial Board and an intensive scrutiny of profiles, The Muse Journal is delighted to make public her selection for the next editorial crew. The pristine list is an assemblage of creative powers who have made such a resounding impact in the literary community. Meet the board members:


Okorie Divine is a shortlistee for the  Sevhage prize for Creative Nonfiction 2023 and winner of the 2023 Abubakar Gimba Prize for Creative Nonfiction. He’s an editor with Fiery Scribe Review and two-time member of the Editorial Board for The Muse Journal Issues 50 and 51. A writer and book reviewer with his works available in Brittle paper, The Muse Journal, African Writers Magazine and elsewhere. He is active on X(Twitter) as OkorieDivine9 and Instagram as okorie_divine_uj.


A wanderer at heart, James-Ibe Chinaza spends her time thinking, and thinking about thinking. She is a writer, a poet dying, music eater, and photographer. Her stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Isele, Arts Lounge, The Shallowtales review, the Kalahari Review, Agbowo, Fiery Scribe, Cons-cio, Brittlepaper, and elsewhere. She was shortlisted for the 2023 Sehvage Literary Prize for Creative Non-Fiction and emerged as second runner-up in the 2023 Ikenga Short Story contest. She goes by James-Ibe Chinaza on Facebook, Umami_kun on X, and yellowin_teeth on Instagram.


Suberu, Glory Omayoza is a young lady with unusual passion for literary art. She’s currently in her final year in the department of English and literary studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
She has to her credit a couple of creative and critical writings. Her work has been published in “The X-ray Klassic” and elsewhere. She loves sunsets and the color Grey. She resides in Asaba, Delta state with her family.


Onyekachi Iloh is a writer, poet and photographer. He has been a finalist for the Frontier Award for New Poets and the Stephen A.DiBiase poetry prize. He is a winner of the Quarterly West at the University of Utah, the Oxford Brookes International Poetry Prize from the Faculty of Humanities and Social sciences, Oxford Brookes University and the Sony World Photography Awards. In 2023, he was a selected fellow for the Oxbelly Writers’ Retreat at Costa Navarino, Greece. His work has been published in Palette Poetry, Welter and elsewhere.


Ifem F.C, Adanna is a student of the English and Literary Studies department, 400level, in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She hails from Anambra state, Idemili South L.G.A. She is an avid reader and also a writer, but her most enjoyable genre is poetry which she believes is the “sun’s reflection on troubled waters.”


Nnacheta Anulika Prosper is a Content Writer, Spoken Word Artist, and Poet from Anambra State, Nigeria. She reflects a varied personality including ambition, creativity, and uniqueness. She is a 400-level student at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, currently studying English and Literary Studies because of her flair for the English Language. Her words are her scepter and by them, she creates beautiful realities for herself and anyone who engages with them.


Chimezie Umeoka is an artist, wanderling and rebel who wants to make art that squeezes feelings into people’s soul. He is an undergraduate at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, where he lives among whispering trees and graffiti walls. His works have been published on Brittle Paper, The Muse Journal, UNN and elsewhere.


Anyaka Onyinyechukwu, Favour is a creative writer from Anambra State. She is currently in final year in the department of English and Literary Studies. Her work has been published in the New Voice series of The Muse Journal. She loves reading short stories and drama pieces


Madu Chioma, Joy is a student of University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
She is currently in her 300level in the department of English and Literary Studies.
She loves reading, writing, and is very technology-inclined as she believes the future is based on technological advancements.


Aniekan Israel is a graphic designer, a writer, and all shades of creativity. He has worked for several brands in Nigeria and internationally, increasing brand visibility and revenue accumulation over the past few years. He’s worked as a design coach, training over 50+ students into the creative field.


Attansey Precious fantasizes a lot about traveling the world in little clothing and writing reflection pieces. She owns a clothing brand, and spends her free time playing ‘Monica Lewinsky’ on repeat. You can find her on Instagram as preciousaattansey.


Nwachukwu Michael, Okwudirichi is a third year student of the department of English and Literary Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He hails from Obeagu Isu, Onicha L.G.A. Ebonyi State. He is a passionate lover of God. He loves reading and teaching.

The Muse Journal is a journal of creative and critical writing found by Chinua Achebe in 1963 in the department of English and Literary Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Since inception, the journal has fostered a tradition of curating creative and critical works from both student-creatives and non-students.