FourHubs is a Magazine focused on highlighting writers in four fields (poets, screenwriters, playwrights, novelists). FourHubs is an attempt to divert from traditional magazines aimed at writers and incorporate a more visual aesthetic.

FourHubs includes articles, interviews, reviews, blog entries and opportunities for writers. 

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Contact us: fourhubs@fourhubs.com

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Editor-In-Chief  & Head of Poetry

Theresa Lola

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Head of Fiction and Non-Fiction Writing

Candice Carty Williams

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Head of Playwriting

Tobi Kyeremateng

Theresa Lola
Editor In Chief and Head of Poetry

Theresa Lola is a Nigerian British poet, workshop facilitator and events programmer. She was shortlisted for the 2017 Bridport Poetry Prize, and won the 2017 Hammer and Tongue National Poetry Slam. She has led writing workshops at institutions such as St Mary’s University. Theresa is an alumna of the Barbican Young Poets programme. Theresa is part of SXWKS creative collective and Octavia Women of Colour collective resident at the Southbank Centre in London. 

Candice Carty-Williams
Head of Fiction & Non-Fiction Writing

Candice Carty-Williams is a senior marketing executive at Vintage Books, an imprint of Penguin Random House, where she works on literary fiction, non-fiction, poetry and graphic novels. Campaigns include Kumukanda by Kayo Chingonyi, Bluets by Maggie Nelson, Stamped from the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi and Cuz by Danielle Allen. Candice also contributes to Guardian Guide, Refinery29, i-D and more. Her debut novel, Queenie, is published by Orion in Spring 2019.

Tobi Kyeremateng
Head of Playwriting

Tobi Kyeremateng is a theatre, festival and live performance producer based in South London invested in facilitating significant artistic interactions using socio-political activism, community engagement and artistic collaboration. She has worked with key arts organisations and institutions such National Theatre, Bush Theatre, Apples and Snakes, Brainchild Festival, and more, as well as delivering workshops and talks. She encourages engagement from Black artists through her nationwide producers network BAMworks.