Michaela Moye

  • Michaela Moye
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Writer, Producer, Film critic, Poet, Anchor
Column : Cinema/tv

Nigerian film critic, writer, poet, editor, radio Producer/Presenter at We FM 106.3

Michaela Moye, a writer and editor, is a producer with talk radio station, We 106. 3 FM. She has worked with various news publications including NEXT and Leadership Newspaper. Moye's early journalistic work primarily involved writing and editing entertainment stories, including interviewing Hollywood actors Danny Glover and Forest Whitaker. Her humorous column, Taking the Mickey, ran in the Leadership newspaper intermittently from 2005 to 2010.

She has contributed to TMC Box Office, a film magazine; Emirati, a fashion magazine; and to the Goethe Institute's newsletter for the iRep Film Festival (March 2013). Her short fiction has been published in the Sun Newspaper. In July 2012, she participated in Fidelity Bank's Creative Writing Workshop and was tutored by the poet, Sally Keith.

Moye briefly served as the Abuja bureau chief for online news publication, Daily Times Nigeria, where she wrote articles on women's rights issues. Moye is also one of the writers of the fourth season of the syndicated radio programme on girl-child education, Gbagan Gbagan; and in October 2011, contributed to two BBC short films on HIV & Stigmatisation.

She is a frequent contributor to Metropole Magazine and temporarily served as ActionAid Nigeria's Communications Consultant.

In January 2014, she publicly released her first book, Relieved: A Collection of Poetry and Short Stories.


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