Owen Habel is a Kenyan born poet who comes from the town of Nakuru. He is a blog enthusiast who acts, sings and doubles up as an IT personnel, with a passion for scripting and directing plays. Some of his poems include A Letter to the Enemy of My Skin, A Funeral in Heaven, Ghost Town, and At Sixteen, amid others. He has written and directed plays like: Catastrophe on the Spur, Iscariot's, and Dyed in the Wool.
His social skills and craving for embracing cultural diversity has made it easy for him to relate to and fuse with any kind of environment and its inhabitants. You can contact him at: