Disclaimer: All writer profiles are user-generated content. We therefore take no responsibility for misleading, libelous or defamatory content, or any breaches of copyright.

First Name Kenechukwu
Last Name Onwudinjo
Member Since July 5, 2020
City Calgary
State AB
Country Canada
Pen Name Kene
Branch Affiliation Member at Large (no branch affiliation)
Bio I am a ground-zero empath who more often exists in a liminal space from which I engage and interact with peoples of diverse races, tradition and cultures. I am at my best when I work in a diverse and inclusive spaces. I am indigenous Igbo woman from the land popularly called Nigeria. I grew up in an intellectual environment with a father who was and is about to retire from his position as a professor of English from the University of Calabar Nigeria, and my mother Bridget who is a retired teacher. I am a writer and a speaker. Writing is a life-line for me and to breath easily, I write everyday. If others need water and food in other to live, I need pen and paper to thrive from one day to another. My dream in the coming months is to start a writing consultancy firm in Calgary Canada; a firm that pulls together writers from diverse backgrounds who will cater to clients from diverse backgrounds. I enjoy making and remaking and unmaking words until they do what I want them to do within a story. I am currently an MA student in Athabasca University. I am a mother to a three-year-old cheeky and audacious little girl, Amour. You are a story waiting to be written and I am a writer with words waiting to erupt, come sit with me and let's make a story. My website is coming soon. with Kindness Kenechuwku Onwudinjo
Publications Onwudinjo, Kenechukwu. Child of My Mother. Bloomington: Authorhouse, 2015. Onwudinjo, Kenechukwu. "I Am" These Fragile Lilacs Poetry Journal. Vol. 1. Issue 1. 2015. 13 July 2015. Onwudinjo, Kenechukwu. Uniuyo: The Place I Know and Love. Uniuyo News Bulletin, vol. 36, No: 01 p. 30-31. Onwudinjo, Kenechukwu. "A Critical Perspective on the Image of The Environment in Tanure Ojaide's The Tale of the Harmattan. International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies (IJHCS). Vol 2. Issue 1. 2011, 505-518. Web. October 2015.
Other Memberships Calgary Immigrant Women's Association (CIWA)
Awards University of Calabar Cumulative Grades Point Award, 2008 University of Saskatchewan English Department Graduate Student Scholarship, 2016
Genres Academic, Autobiography, Biography & Memoir, Childrens Books, Drama, e-Book, Educational, Erotica, Fiction, Freelance, Humour & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Nonfiction, Parenting, Playwriting, Poetry, Scriptwriting, Self Help, Speculative, Travel
Available For Readings, Presentations, Workshops, Book Club Meetings, Speaking Engagements
Services Offered Book Reviews, Copywriting, Editing, Freelance Writing, Ghostwriting, Research, Scriptwriting & Screenwriting, Storytelling, Web Content