Editor - Nigeria
Born: Adrian Bethel .C. Nwaiwu, to both Nigerian parents. He grew up in the town of Aba , and lived partially in towns as Enugu and Owerri, during his quest for knowledge of Architectural discipline. Being gentle name, solitude embraced the most part of him as he is known for staying in isolation. Adrian had similar life experiences to the ones Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy suffered from, as a lad.
Literature and Music are close friends of his. His works in their varieties; are somewhat influenced by environments of his familiar. His themes are centered on love, peace, unity, sufferings, and morals. He treats the downtrodden with special consideration as he spent most of his life in loneliness – this keeps him most beleaguered amongst his peers. His versatility is seen in his ability to be a poet, essayist, dramatist, and novelist. He has no mentor but his creator, and if fingers must be pointed at literary figures he loves, then: Thomas Hardy, Williams Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Homer, Leo Tolstoy, Anthon Chekhov, and Oscar Wilde. He also loves prominent voices from his country such as Christopher Okigbo, Wole Soyinka, and Chinua Achebe.
He is currently studying Architecture in Caritas University , Nigeria .
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