Nana Fredua-Agyeman is a writer and an Agricultural Economist. He was born in Suhum, a small town about eighty kilometres from Accra, Ghana. His writings revolve around humanity and its (in)humaneness.
Nana’s poems have appeared in several poetry magazines, anthologies, and literary sites including Sentinel Nigeria, Tuck Magazine, Munyori, and the first Writers Project of Ghana’s anthology, Look Where You Have Gone to Sit. His Haiku have been published in Frogpond, Acorn, The Heron Nest and at online e-zines such as simplyhaiku.com and Shamrock Haiku Journal.