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Born in Belgium, I spent a large part of my life in Africa - in Senegal, Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Mozambique and Tunisia. I am currently based in Paris, France, and I took up writing during the pandemic.  A lot of my stories are inspired by the beautiful and sad things I experienced while living in Africa. Recurring themes include identity, nostalgia and love.  

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"The Yellow Kitenge", GrainPrint, April 2023 


"In Loving Stranglehold", X-R-A-YOnline, December 2022 

"Black with White Stripes", The Baltimore ReviewOnline, November 2022

"The Ghost of a Snake", Consequence, Print, March 2022 (pdf)

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"What the FIsh Eagle Saw", Barren Magazine, Online, (forthcoming)

"The Birth of Courage", Collateral, Online, May 2023

"Look at Those Legs!", Consequence, Online, July 2022

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"Mango Fly", River and South Review, Online, January 2023 

"That Night, the Silence Changed", Ellipsis Zine, Print, April 2022 

"The Flavours We'll Lose", Reflex Press, Online, April 2022 

"Little Socks", Emerge Literary Journal, Online, April 2022 

(Nominated for Best Small Fictions and Best Microfiction)

"Antique Love", Ellipsis Zine, Print, November 2021


"African Stamps", The Metaworker, Online, July 2021


"The Goodies Always Win", Every Day Fiction, Online, January 2021


Interview with Intrepidus Ink, April 2023

"Literary magazines ranked by number of Twitter followers", Guest post for Trish HopkinsonJuly 2021 

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