Chibụìhé Obi is a writer, teacher and co-founder of Kabaka Magazine. His writings aim to interrogate identity and memory; to probe language and confront stereotype. His poems, creative nonfiction and photo- essays have been published in The Kalahari Review, Expound magazine, Brittle paper, Praxis Magazine and Black boy review. He is the second place winner of the 2016 BABISHAI NIWE Haiku Prize, a TEDx speaker and 2016 Pushcart Prize nominee. He is one of the poets billed to perform at The Darlington Outing 2017: UK’s first queer arts festival.