Abrham A. is a poet, a humanist, a cosmopolitan, and a dreamer. Rooted in Ethiopia, he is currently exploring the world as a student of the European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations (EMMIR) and registering the world around through his outstanding creativity and curiosity.
Michele Rizzardi is a poet and a humanist. He is interested in the promotion of a queer and intercultural dialogue and the co-creation of a cosmopolitan future of connection and inspiration, beyond any border.
Michele is one of founding member of Blank Pages
Sule Emmanuel Egya, also known as E.E. Sule, is a professor of African Literature and Cultural Studies and Creative Writing at the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University. He is a fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and of the African Humanities Program. Besides academic work, Egya also writes poetry and fiction. His poetry volume What the Sea Told Me won the 2009 ANA/NDDC Gabriel Okara Poetry Prize, and the AWF/Anthony Agbo Prize for Poetry. His novel Sterile Sky was long-listed for NLNG Prize for Nigerian Literature in 2012, and won the 2013 Commonwealth Prize, Africa Region.
E.E. Sule is one of the founder members of Blank Pages.