Lolwe Classes are a series of virtual creative writing masterclasses. They are geared towards helping writers achieve their goals by providing guidance from experienced writers who will give valuable feedback on the work presented. Focus will be placed on getting the work to a high standard that is of publishable quality. The classes will also create an understanding of the different elements of craft and guide the writer towards achieving a style that’s consistent with their own voice. Ultimately, this will be a way for the writer to gain the necessary tools to be able to tackle any creative project.
Troy Onyango is a Kenyan writer and editor. He is the founder and editor in chief of Lolwe. He holds an MA in Creative Writing with distinction from the University of East Anglia, where he was a recipient of the Miles Morland Foundation Scholarship.
Tolu Daniel is a Nigerian writer and editor. He is the Nonfiction editor of Panorama: The Journal of Intelligent Travel. He is a graduate student of English Literature with a concentration in Creative Writing at Kansas State University where he was awarded the Seaton Fellowship and the Peggy & Gary Edwards Scholarship for Creative Writing.
Zenas Ubere is a Nigerian writer. A Pushcart Prize nominee, he has works in Lolwe, Barren Magazine, Agbowó, Gordon Square Review, The Voyage Journal, and elsewhere. He was shortlisted for the 2020 Punocracy Prize for Satire and the 2021 Inaugural Akuko Literary Prize. He is the Coordinator of Lolwe Classes and is a Prose Reader for Quarterly West and Fractured Lit.