Updated: Aug 18, 2021
Timi Sanni is a writer, editor, multidisciplinary artist and Muslim literature advocate from Nigeria. He is the founder of The Muslim Write Initiative and founding editor of Iman Collective, recently awarded an nomination for the Young Writers Award for Fiction in 2020.
Love, Death, Erasure is the twenty-sixth of our announced features - a beautiful poetry piece positioned as the final farewell for The Needle Drops... Volume One. It'll be appropriately incorporated into our signature style and theme.
Timi's works have recently appeared / are forthcoming in Black Warrior Review, Flypaper Lit, Palette Poetry, Bacopa Literary Review, SprinNG, Drinking Gourd Magazine, Doubly Mad Journal, X-R-A-Y Literary, Rulerless Magazine, Black Cat Magazine, Lucent Dreaming, The Temz Review, Rather Quiet Magazine, Down River Road, Olongo Africa, The Lucky Jefferson and elsewhere.
He is the winner of the SprinNG Poetry Contest, The Fitrah Review Short Story Prize, third-place winner of the Stephen A. DiBiase Poetry Prize, and a finalist for the 2021 Lumiere Review Prose Contest.
Timi Sanni is a writer, editor, multidisciplinary artist and Muslim literature advocate from Nigeria.
Timi is a recipient of both the NF2W poetry and fiction scholarships and was an attendee at the Revolutionary Poetics Masterclass with Kaveh Akbar.
You can find him on Twitter here, where you can explore more of his work and thoughts.