Francesca Ekwuyasi

Francesca
Ekwuyasi

Francesca Ekwuyasi is a writer and multidisciplinary artist from Lagos, Nigeria, whose work explores themes of faith, family, queerness, consumption, loneliness, and belonging. Her writing has been published in Winter Tangerine, Brittle Paper, Transition Magazine, the Malahat Review, Visual Arts News, Vol 1 Brooklyn, and Guts magazine. Her story “ Ọrun Is Heaven” was longlisted for the 2019 Journey Prize. whose work explores themes of faith, family, queerness, consumption, loneliness, and belonging. Her writing has been published in Winter Tangerine, Brittle Paper, Transition Magazine, the Malahat Review, Visual Arts News, Vol 1 Brooklyn, and Guts magazine. Her story “ Ọrun Is Heaven” was longlisted for the 2019 Journey Prize.

Francesca Ekwuyasi is a writer and multidisciplinary artist from Lagos, Nigeria, whose work explores themes of faith, family, queerness, consumption, loneliness, and belonging. Her writing has been published in Winter Tangerine, Brittle Paper, Transition Magazine, the Malahat Review, Visual Arts News, Vol 1 Brooklyn, and Guts magazine. Her story “ Ọrun Is Heaven” was longlisted for the 2019 Journey Prize. whose work explores themes of faith, family, queerness, consumption, loneliness, and belonging. Her writing has been published in Winter Tangerine, Brittle Paper, Transition Magazine, the Malahat Review, Visual Arts News, Vol 1 Brooklyn, and Guts magazine. Her story “ Ọrun Is Heaven” was longlisted for the 2019 Journey Prize.

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