Erica Sugo Anyadike
Erica Sugo Anyadike has worked as a filmmaker and a broadcaster for the past ten years. She’s Tanzanian, married to a Nigerian and lived in South Africa for over a decade before moving to Nairobi. Her story ‘Small Houses’ is about xenophobia and Zen and the art of overcoming phobias. She chose the second person POV to create a sense of displacement and disorientation. She likes pretentious conversations about postmodernism and popular culture. She has been known to take the piss out of herself…but there are no surviving witnesses.