is a writer living in Toronto, who describes her style as "ballad
meets bop," and currently studies English at York University.
She is a founding member of S.T.E.P. U.P., and has been published
in various sources, including Canadian Woman Studies Journal,
The Claremont Review, and The Toronto Star, where
her winning piece in the Toronto Poetry Competition was featured.
She currently holds the honour of Toronto's Junior Poet Laureate.
Adebe is currently working on both her own collection of poems,
as well as an anthology of young, mixed race authors in a collective
effort to explore and document the turbulent (and wondrous) experience
of growing up with a mixed race background. She hopes to travel
every country in the world, and one day have little short stories