Literary Evening, News ABOUT THE YELF LITERARY EVENING SPECIAL GUEST, JUNE 2019 July 19, 2019 By Yelf Foundation 0 Comment 418 Views SALAMATU SULE IN BRIEF… Salamatu Sule was born on the 26 April, 1982 to a Nigerian parent. She is a poet and book reviewer. She has reviewed several books by prolific authors of fiction and nonfiction, from Tope Fausua’s Crushed and Things to do before your Career Disappears to Abubakar Ibrahim Adam’s ‘The Whispering Trees’ including Dike Chukwumerije’s Urichindere and many others. It Can Now Be Told by Maimunatu Dadasare is her Seventeenth review. Salamatu is the former Secretary, Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA, Abuja Branch) and has held a Diplomatic Book Discourse with the German Embassy, consulted for the Orpheus Literary Foundation. Sule is the founder of Fahimta Literary Discourse (FLD). As a literary agency. She has two published works to her credit: Oma the Drummer Queen (Children’s Book,2017) and Orchestra of Her Last Rites(Poetry,2018).