YELF Literary Evening, October Edition
Salihu Mahe is a Nigerian writer and a freelance editor. He is an Engineer by profession and a poet at night. He writes from the deepest part of his heart. Among other themes, his writing covers the domain of nature, love, psychology, morality and philosophy.
Salihu believes so much in humanity, peace and unity. ‘How to View the World from a Glass Prism’ is his first collection. The chapbook version won the ‘Words Rhymes and Rhythms Green Author Prize’ in 2019.
His works have appeared in Praxis Magazine, CWC Kongo Issue, among others. He also co-edited the Eriata Oribhabor Poetry Prize Anthology ‘Exorcism’ and was also a judge for the 2020 ‘Professor Andrew Nok Poetry Prize’ by Yasmin El-Rufai Foundation.
He is a member of several writing groups and aims to promote literature especially in Northern Nigeria.