Oluwafunmilayo Obasa, a non-fiction writer, poet, volunteer, and photographer is passionate about documenting muffled stories with her art.

Writing from Kwara, Abuja or whichever place she finds herself, her words tend to paint the spontaneity of her imagination, humanity & equality [for all], desires, emotions, in abstract ways, establishing the relationship between society and existence.

She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and International Studies, University of Ilorin, volunteers for 7th Sense, Boot Camp X, Society for Social Justice, TED X Unilorin, and Artmosterrific. Some of her works are published in Bodies and Scars anthology, Cephalopress, Brittlepaper, Fragbits, Kalahari Review, Young African Poets Anthology 2020 [soon others will join].

She came third-place in the Punocracy Prize for Satire 2019, is the assistant poetry editor for erogospel.com, an editor for Zango X review, finds herself as an Artmosterrific moderator for its intellectualism board, was longlisted amongst the top 100 entries in Nigerian Students Poetry Prize 2019, and a member of Boot Camp X’s storytelling board.