Samuel Kolawole has contributed short fiction to Jungle Jim, Eastownfiction, Translitmag, Superstition review, Sentinel literary Quarterly, short story Day africa amongst others literary journals. His stories are forthcoming in “Outcast” anthology of African and Asian writers anthology edited by Rohini Chowdhury and Zukiswa Wanner and ISFN anthology, a Canadian-based imprint where his writing life will be also showcased. Samuel featured as author of the month for his story “Memories and Penitence” at Tea with George, a project from Desperanto and Kanev Books in New York interested in showcasing the amazing talent of writers of poetry and short stories. He is the author of the critically acclaimed collection of stories “The Book of M.” published by Serendipity Books, Nigeria. Samuel is an alumnus of the Farafina Trust International Creative writers program with Novelist Chimamanda Adichie as lead facilitator. A winner of the 2010 Reading Bridges fellowship, Samuel lives in Ibadan, where he has begun work on a novel. He blogs regularly at Samuelkolawole.wordpress.com.