Learn More About Carl Terver Of Buruku
Carl Terver is a Nigerian writer, editor, music journalist, and culture entrepreneur. He has a BA English from Benue State University, Makurdi. His writing has been published in The Republic, The Question Marker, The Lagos Review, Praxis, and Afapinen. He was the Assistant Digital Editor at Praxis magazine and is now Founding Editor at Afapinen. He is also a scholar eith interest in Africanfuturism and new Nigerian poetry.
As a founder of a magazine and with experience in cultural production I understand the sacrifices involved in running cultural initiatives and pushing similar projects respectively.
His skills include writing and journalism, an experienced editor, and intermediate know-how in digital skills and publishing. He is good at critical thinking and has a vast knowledge of literature. His hobbies include reading, socialising, flâneury, cooking, sampling wines, and playing chess.
He is Tiv from Buruku Local Government Area.
BA English, BSU, Makurdi – 2nd Class Upper
Currently, Carl Terver is a freelance editor and writer. he is the Founding Editor of Afapinen, a literary and popular magazine, and he is a freelance editor and scriptwriter for Storibud Limited UK.
My CV bears the following as my career objective: To work in literary and media spaces with a vision to promote the best in media and literary arts. To develop skills and contribute to the growing community of media and literary commitment in both traditional and digital spaces.
I am enthusiastic about a job that engages my literary skill, my experience in promoting art and culture, and the practical application of my university degree, as well as working in cultural spaces and the digital economy.
I wish to apply my skills in contribution to the IamBenue project, being an indigene of the state myself. I have been a result-oriented individual throughout my career mileage, working mostly in spaces that require personal discipline without supervision. As a founder of a magazine and with experience in cultural production I understand the sacrifices involved in running cultural initiatives and pushing similar projects respectively.