Out of 992 submissions across Africa, Howard Meh becomes the first Cameroonian writer to win the Morland African Writing Scholarship that comes with a cash price of ?18,000 (13.3 million CFA) . The work that gets him this award is his proposed novel about a four – singer – acapella choir caught up in the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon. Arts is a mirror of the society and the writer uses his context to write this fiction.
Howard Maximus has published works of fiction, nonfiction and poetry in literary magazines as well as anthologies such as The Vanguard Book of Love Stories, Love Stories from Africa etc. The writer is also passionate and writes about food.