Irenosen Okojie is a judge for the 2023 Women’s Prize for Fiction. 

Irenosen Okojie is a Nigerian British author whose work pushes the boundaries of form, language, and ideas. Her novel Butterfly Fish, and short story collections, Speak Gigantular and Nudibranch, have won and been nominated for multiple awards. Her journalism has been featured in the New York Times, Observer, Guardian and Huffington Post and she is a Contributing Editor for the White Review. She co-presents the BBC’s Turn Up For The Books podcast alongside Simon Savidge and Bastille frontman, Dan Smith. She has also judged various literary prizes including the Dylan Thomas Prize, The Gordon Burn Prize as well as the BBC National Short Story Award. Vice Chair of the Royal Society of Literature, she was awarded an MBE For Services To Literature in 2021.