Kabu Okai-Davies is an African-Australian poet, playwright and novelist from Ghana. He studied at University of Ghana, Rutgers-Newark, and NYU School of Continuing Education. He was the Founder and producer of African Globe TheatreWorks in Newark, New Jersey from 1992 -2005. He moved from America to Australia in 2006 and worked as a Playwright-In-Residence, Street Theatre, Producer National Multicultural Festival and Manager of the Theo Notaras Multicultural Centre. He studied at Oxford University’s Creative Writing Summer Program and graduated with a Master of Studies at Australian National University; a Master of Creative Writing and PhD in Communications; University of Canberra. Author of two poetry collections The Long Road to Africa and Symphony of Words; Okai-Davies has written articles and stories for Daily Graphic, The Spectator, Public Agenda and The Finder, in Ghana.