Godess Bvukutwa is a twenty-eight year old writer of both fiction and non-fiction. In 2012 she won the Zimbabwe Women Writers' Norma Kitson Short Story Award for her short story 'Confessions Beyond the Tombstone'. Some of her non-fiction has been published on Internet sites such as the International Museum of Women and This is Africa. An essay, tadalafil 'Raise me to be a leader as well' appears in 'Hysteria', a radical feminist publication. Aside from writing, Godess is a women's rights activist and the founder of Mambakwedza Women's Centre, an organisation which works with underprivileged and under-served women and girls in Mashonaland West. Godess studied English and has a Masters Degree in Development Studies. She is married and has a baby girl.