Salamatu Sule is a literary agent, poet, and book reviewer. She has reviewed several books by prolific authors of fiction and nonfiction works. Her published reviews include Tope Fashua’s Crushed, Things to do before your career disappears, Abubakar Adam Ibrahim’s The Whispering Trees, Season of Crimson
Blossoms, Emeka Aniagolu’s Ejinma, Dike Chukwumerije’s Urichindere and many others.
Death and the King’s Grey Hair is her sixteenth review. Sule is the former Secretary, Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) and currently Secretary of the Orpheus Literary Foundation. She has held a Diplomatic Book Discourse with the German Embassy. She is the founder ofFahimta Literary Discourse (FLD) and the
author of a children’s book, Oma the Drummer Queen published in 2017 by the Nigerian Writers Series
In this impressive debut collection of poems, the poet celebrates the deathless beauty of womanhood and motherhood, the pure and unstained innocence of childhood, the glories of our heroes past, the serene wonders of nature, and immortal gift and principle of love.