Ayodele Olofintuade is a queer, non-binary black feminist. She is the author of Lakiriboto Chronicles: A brief History of Badly Behaved Women(2018), Eno’s Story(2010) – shortlisted for the NLNG Prize in 2011. Her short stories and essays have been published in several literary journals, her latest essay is Lost In Translation(ByTruly.co) . She is an investigative journalist, and researcher, and is presently focussed on Yoruba women in Histories. She’s been running an online Feminist and Queer ezine, 9jafeminista since 2012.