Seun Lari-Williams was born in 1987. He attended Badagry Grammar School and studied law at the University of Lagos where he served as President of the Law Society for the 2012/2013 Academic Session. During this period, he doubled for the most part of the year as the President of the Council of Faculty Presidents.
Upon his graduation, Seun proceeded to the Nigerian Law School and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2014. He thereafter had his NYSC in the FCT, Abuja where he was President of the Legal Aid Community Development Service group.
He is currently an Associate at E.A Molajo & Co and concluding his LL.M at the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos. He also co-runs an NGO for the protection of the rights of indigent prisoners in Nigeria.
Seun is a poet. His first anthology (Garri for Breakfast) was longlisted for the 2017 NLNG Prize for Literature. He plays the flute.
Aito Osemegbe Joseph writes short stories and is interested in adapting African literature into film. His stories have featured on Brittle paper, Afridiaspora, Munyori literary journal, the 2016 Writivism anthology, Outcast magazine, and Black Letter Media’s Volume 3 of ‘The Short Story Is Dead, Long Live The Short Story’ anthology, amongst others. In 2017, he was part of the scriptwriting residency organized by the Institute of Creative Arts for Progress in Africa (ICAPA) Trust where he worked with Tsitsi Dangarembga, Founder of International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) in further developing his current film project; an adaptation of the short story ‘The List’ published by Black Letter Media for Writivism’s anthology. In the same year, he was also a participant of the 2017 Miles Morland Creative writing workshop led by Giles Foden, writer of ‘The Last King of Scotland’. Joseph currently lives in Abeokuta, Ogun state, Nigeria.
Monica Kunzekweguta is a bestselling International Author, Certified Life Coach, Speaker and Mastermind facilitator. Owner and CEO at Dream to Action Life Coaching, she is also Co-director of Winfit Quality Care, a service which provides care and support to the elderly and the sick in Zimbabwe. Monica is also the project founder of Inspiration for Kids International charity which provides library books to children living in rural Zimbabwe. Born and raised in Zimbabwe; she now resides in the U.K. Having completed her primary and secondary education in the rural areas of Zimbabwe, she became acutely aware of the plight of disadvantaged children who lack exposure to information, books, and a solid education. The impact of this stayed with her and eventually, that seed blossomed into a passion and became the purpose behind the creation of Inspiration for Kids International. Donating library books allows Monica to be part of a movement that sparks and nurtures the imaginations and education of children. She obtained her coaching credentials through Coaching Cognition and is currently studying towards a Masters Degree in Management. Monica has co-authored and published a number of anthologies.
As founder and Chief Editor, Jonathan leads the overall development and function of cfwriterz. He is a columnist on www.africaontheblog.com and viva-naija.com. His works have been published on Tuck Magazine, Kreative Diadem and other online forums. He blogs on jonathanoladeji.com and has been published on Amazon. He has served as copywriter and freelance content developer for web brands and ecommerce ventures across in and outside Nigeria.