David Nwokedi was born in Nigeria in 1965 to a Nigerian father and a British/Irish mother. A qualified social worker, David lived in London for 10 years and now lives back in Brighton and works in social work management.
Dulani Kulasinghe was born in Colombo, Sri Lanka, raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and now lives in Brighton with her family.
She currently lives in Brighton and tends to write about creative approaches to travel, mental health and living lightly on the earth as well as dabbling in poetry, song and memoir. Oluwafemi Hughes Jonas is British born of Nigerian and Indian parents.
She grew up in Scotland and has lived in Brighton over 25 years.
Josef Cabey was born in London moving to Brighton in 2003.
Creative Writing Brighton
He is primarily an artist who studied Graphic Design before going on to complete an MA in Library Information studies at University of Brighton where he is now also a part time librarian.
They both lived in Whitehawk - same place, different time.
Anaconda’s parents were born one in the north and one in the south of the globe, and Anaconda’s own children were born in different earth again, north and west of the Sussex Weald.
Lisa specialises in writing memoirs and historical fiction.
Nina Thaddeus is the author of ‘I love to see you eat’, a self-published reflection of her mother’s Anglo Indian life from Karachi to Crawley.