SANDRA T. ADEYEYE is a graduate of Theatre Arts and Mass Communication from the University of Benin, Benin City Nigeria. She is professionally certified in Media and Journalism, Storytelling and also Script writing and Film Business. She is a bonafide Alumni of the Young African Leaders Initiative – Yali – an initiative by the former president of the United Stated of America, Barrack Obama. She has just published three ebooks – Woman, Woman vs Man and A woman’s Pot, a Man’s Stomach – personally and in collaboration with a couple of Nigerian writers. As a writer and e-publisher, she is committed to building bridges and creating collaborations among young artistes in the art world and entertainment industry worldwide. Sandra’s favourite quote is by Josh Billings.
She is the founder of Eminent Creators, a company Committed to promoting the arts in all forms. She also created Nigerian Writers Colony – NiWco – to promote African pieces to the global audience. Their blog address is http://www.niwcolony.com
“As scarce as truth is, the supply has always been in excess of the demand”
You can find some of her writings published on different platforms including:
‘Beautiful Distractions’ and ‘Predatory’ – FROM HERE TO THERE II, A cross cultural Poetry Anthology.
‘Noon’ and ‘Happiness’ – HAPPY, A collection of Poetry and Prose on Happiness and Being Happy, http://www.collectionsofpoetryandprose.com.
‘The Hollow’ and ‘Beautiful Nonsense’ – WAR, a collection of Poetry and Prose on the Bravery and Horror of War, http://www.collectionsofpoetryandprose.com.
‘Three piece poem’ and ‘The Surprise’ – BETRAYAL,a collection of Poetry and Prose on Betrayal and Being Betrayed, http://www.collectionofpoetryandprose.com.
‘Struck’ and ‘Drop’ – BLAZING HOT POETS, PIN,www.poetsinnigeria.org.ng.
‘Primrose’ – REMNANTS, a collection of flash fictions, http://www.flash-frontier.com.
‘A cup of Love’ – Power Poetry, http://www.powerpoetry.org.
‘1700hrs’, ‘bitch 1’, ‘like a leech’ and ‘to accept or not to accept’ – Sandra’s corner, info base, http://www.infobase.com.ng.
‘L.O.V.E – Let Our Values Endure’ – The challenges of finding love and why men sometimes get it wrong, http://www.collectionsofpoetryandprose.com/finding-love/.
Connect with her on all social media pages with @Sandra T. Adeyeye.