Raoul Djimeli is a writer and cultural activist. In Cameroon, he directs the publication of the literary magazine Clijec Mag and chairs the African Festival of Emerging Writings (Festae). His poems and prose have appeared in French, English and translated into Kiswahili and Spanish in various collectives and journals including the intercontinental anthology ARBOLARIUM. He participated in the Limbe-Lagos literary Exchange and in the first Afro Young Adult fictional project whose anthology, Water Birds on the Lakeshore was published in three languages. He co-directed the poetic project Ashes and Memories on the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon, and published The Burning Front of Dawn.